Are you a law student thinking about a judicial clerkship and wanting to know more?
Then check out this bibliography on judicial clerkships recently published by several legal research and writing instructors at Hamline University School of Law. The bibliography brings together materials published since 1980 in bar journals, law reviews, books, and on the web and categorizes them by topic.
The selections are written by judges, academics, and judicial clerks, providing a wide range of perspectives on each topic. The materials are broken down into categories such as:
- Court Guides and Directories
- Selection - Employment
- Judicial Clerk's Role
- Judicial Role
- Writing and Citation
- Jury Instructions
- Academic Clerkship Classes
Click here for the bibliography.
Hat tip to the Legal Skills Prof Blog.