Clerkships

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Apply online for clerkships with participating federal judges.

CLERQS

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The Law School’s strong commitment to its clerkship program has resulted in an exceptional record on placing students in judicial clerkships. Graduates have served as judicial clerks in every circuit in the country, as well as in foreign courts, courts of international jurisdiction and courts of special jurisdiction.

 

Fast Facts

Supreme Court Clerkships

No. 4

after Yale, Harvard and Stanford in placing clerks on the U.S. Supreme Court, 2005-19

Judicial Clerkships, 2016-18 Terms

246

clerks total

5

U.S. Supreme Court

99

U.S. Courts of Appeal

120

U.S. District Courts and other federal courts

22

state courts

Class of 2018 Judicial Clerks

19

U.S. Courts of Appeal

23

U.S. district courts and other federal courts

5

state courts

Federal Judicial Clerkships

No. 5

Classes of 2014-18, according to ABA data

Map of the United States

Where Grads Clerk

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Courthouse building

Fueled by Class of 2019, 100 Alumni Clerking This Term

Michel Van Eersel and Ruth Payne

Contact

Judicial Clerkships / judicialclerkships@law.virginia.edu
(434) 924-7192 / Fax: (434) 924-7594