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Washington and Lee puts about 20% of students each year into judicial clerkships, I've heard that's pretty good. Does that fact give it a leg up on William and Mary,Wake Forest, or George Mason? I know its really expensive but getting a judicial clerkship is one of my goals
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If you look at the actual breakdown, most of those are in state/local courts which lack the prestige of A3 clerkships (Fed CoA or Fed Dist). When people on TLS refer to clerkships it is generally to A3 clerkships.