Judicial Clerkship Resources
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It is acceptable to directly call chambers or the court with inquiries about application timing and requirements when the available resources fail to answer your questions.
Judicial Clerkship Resources: Federal Court Clerkship Resources
In the jobs & resume collection section, find job postings for some federal clerkships (mostly pro se clerks, staff attorney positions, and administrative agency clerkships). In the clerkships section, download addresses for federal judges of interest.
Used to locate and review feedback from alumni who clerked with federal judges around the country.
Provides hiring information and the ability to apply electronically to judges participating in this internet-based application system. Also provides judge-specific hiring information, including a searchable database of circuit judges, district judges, magistrate judges, bankruptcy judges, and other federal judges. NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list! Even if a judge is not listed, he or she may be hiring clerks
Provides contact and biographical information for federal judges.
Almanac of the Federal Judiciary
Provides contact and biographical information, noteworthy rulings, lawyer evaluations, and media coverage of federal judges.
WLD-JUDGE & AFJ Databases - Provides contact and biographical information for federal judges.
This website contains links to federal courts around the country. Some include clerkship information.
It is acceptable to directly call chambers or the court with inquiries about application timing and requirements when the available resources fail to answer your questions. Please do as much research as possible before calling the chambers.
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