The Market for Federal Judicial Law Clerks
In September 1998, the Judicial Conference of the United States abandoned its latest attempt to regulate the timing of interviews and offers in the law clerk selection process. This paper surveys the further unraveling of the market since then, makes comparisons with other entry level professional labor markets, and evaluates some possibilities for reform.
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|Publication status:||Published in University of Chicago Law Review|
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