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Gotta broaden your search if you really want to clerk. Don't get me wrong, 150 judges is quite a bit, but I'm guessing those are mostly circuit judges or "top of the pile" district judges. Consider state supreme courts and Article 1 courts. Like BU said, also consider skipping clerking and go work f...
- Fri May 22, 2020 7:34 am
- Forum: General Legal Employment/Post Grad Discussion
- Topic: Tax Llm without accounting degree?
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Same with Georgetown, but higher government placement (e.g. clerkship, IRS, DOJ, Dept of Labor) and lower Biglaw placement (probably 10%-20% either at graduation or after clerkship). You'll hear people say on this and other boards that "you will only get Biglaw if you could before the program." That...
Word of advice to all those applying: send a chambers-tailored cover letter that doesn't just vomit your resume. I've reviewed so many applications this past week that were sooooo generic and could be meant for any judge at our court. Take a second to read a bio or search on LinkedIn/Google. If you ...