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Clerkship Notification Blog and link to CPDC Clerkship page

The Clerkship Notification Blog is a clearinghouse for information about clerkship opportunities for the 2009-10 hiring season with posts for six categories of judges: (1) SCOTUS Justices; (2) Circuit judges; (3) U.S. District Court judges; (4) State court judges (focusing mainly on state supreme courts, but intermediate appellate courts are welcome as well); (5) U.S. Magistrate and Bankruptcy Court judges; and (6) miscellaneous federal courts not falling into any of the above categories (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, etc.).

Also Federal Appellate Judicial Clerks 2009, is a blog that provides information about which law schools send clerks to feeder or other federal circuit court of appeals judges.

Thanks to Brian Leiter's Law School Reports.

For more information about the clerkship application process, check out the CPDC Clerkship Page.