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How to Research Judicial Clerkships: Books and Guides on Clerkships

Inside Information About Being a Judicial Clerk

Want to know what you're getting yourself into? Hoping to avoid ethical errors and workplace faux pas? Check out these guides to clerking, written by those who have been there before.

Fiction Works on Judicial Clerking

Judicial clerkships are part of a grand history of the American legal profession. Get into the spirit of clerkship with these fiction works, available for checkout in the Library. The Avern Cohn Fiction Collection is located in the Core of Sub-2, behind the Circulation Desk.

Non-Fiction Works on Judicial Clerks

Related Topic in the Catalog

For additional materials on the subject of clerkships, follow the subject headings below.

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