A judicial clerkship is a full-time, salaried position for a law school graduate.
Students and alumni may direct questions about judicial clerkships to Professor Janet Brown, Director of Judicial Clerkships.
A judicial externship is a great way to gain experience during your 1L summer and/or during the school year. An externship is an experience for a law student in a judge's chambers over the summer or during the semester - essentially, a junior clerkship.
If you have specific questions regarding summer judicial externships, please contact your career adviser. For questions regarding judicial externships that take place during the school year, please contact Professor Cindy Wilson, Director of the Bluhm Clinic Center on Externships.