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Judicial Clerkship Bootcamp

Important Notice: Judicial Clerkship Bootcamp has been CANCELLED.

In light of growing concerns around the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and in the interest of protecting the public health, this event has been cancelled.

We thank you for your interest. Be on the lookout for this event in the next school year. You can email any questions to Brittany Sims Nwankwoala, Staff Attorney, Member & Policy, at [email protected] or 202.737.4700 ext.2816

Calling all 1Ls! Register now for the Judicial Clerkship Bootcamp, a day-long, intensive educational and practical program designed to expose law students to clerking as a career option. Hosted by the D.C. Bar Law Student Community, participants will learn about the various types of judges, courts, clerks, and clerkship opportunities available during and after law school. Hear from current and former law clerks on how to prepare your resume and application to be a competitive candidate. Receive an overview of the federal application process and participate in an interactive writing exercise to experience the type of work a law clerk actually does.

Featured Judge 
The Honorable Jill R. Cummins, Circuit Court of Montgomery County, MD
(American University Washington College of Law alumna)  

Program Date: This event has been cancelled. Check back here for updates on a new date for next school year.
Location: D.C. Bar building, 901 4th St. NW  

Please Note: This program is geared towards 1Ls but law students  of all levels are welcome to attend. Registration is free for members of the Law Student Community. Please bring your own laptop/tablet for an interactive exercise. To learn more and join the LSC, click HERE.  

For more information, contact Brittany Sims Nwankwoala, Staff Attorney, Member & Policy, at [email protected] or 202.737.4700 ext.2816

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