Law: Judicial Clerkship Mythbusters
4:30pm - 6:00pm
Audience: Current Student
Judicial Clerkship Mythbusters on Tuesday, October 13th from 4:30pm-6pm via Zoom to dispel the myths and mysteries surrounding judicial clerkships.
The CDO is hosting Judicial Clerkship Mythbusters to introduce students to law clerks who have expressed an interest in talking with law students about judicial clerkships.
This will be an opportunity for students to ask questions and have an informal conversation with members of the Alumni Clerkship Committee as well as current law clerks about applying for a clerkship and working as a clerk.
Below is the agenda:
* 4:30pm to 5pm – Clerk Panel
* 5pm to 6pm – Small group discussions
As always, we would like to encourage all students and particularly diverse students and students of color, to participate in this program.
*Please note this program may be recorded and saved for future password-protected use.
Please RSVP as early as possible to facilitate setting up discussion groups in the latter part of the event.
Once you RSVP to attend, a Zoom link to the event will be emailed to you a day or two before the event.
To request an accommodation (such as closed captioning) or for other inquiries about accessibility, please contact Zeeshan Reshamwala, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make your request no later than 72 hours prior
to the event. (Note: without adequate notice before the event, we may not be able to provide the reasonable accommodations requested.)
The CDO Clerkship Team (Andrea Montague, Judy Stein, Eric Bono and Elise Logemann)