AABANY Judiciary Committee: Clerkship Directory
While over the course of an attorney's career their current employer and titles changes, the judge and court for whom the attorney clerks never does. The purpose of the AABANY Judiciary Committee's Clerkship Directory is to collect information about AABANY members' past experiences working for the federal and state court systems. If you need to amend or add to your entry in the clerkship directory, email main@aabany.org.
Contact Information
First Name
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Last Name
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Email
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Federal Clerkship Information
Please specify which district.
What is the name of the judge that you clerked for?
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What years did you clerk for this judge?
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Special notes about this judge and clerkship
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Please specify if this was for a federal district trial court judge, bankruptcy court judge, or magistrate judge.
If you clerked for an appellate judge, please indicate which circuit.
What is the name of the judge that you clerked for?
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What years did you clerk for this judge?
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Special notes about this judge and clerkship
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State Clerkship Information
In what state did you clerk for a state judge?
What city and court did you clerk for?
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What is the name of the judge that you clerked for?
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What years did you clerk for this judge?
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Special notes about this judge and clerkship
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Other
If there are any other or special courts that you clerked for, please indicate that here with judge, court, and year.
I.e. United States Court of International Trade, Supreme Court of the United States
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Please identify other AABANY members that have clerked here so that we may follow up. Or forward them this survey!
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