Circuit court clerkships / District Court "Feeders"

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pasteurizedmilk
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Circuit court clerkships / District Court "Feeders"

Postby pasteurizedmilk » Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:34 pm

I'm aware of COA judges who feed to SCOTUS, but are there district court judges known for producing a lot of COA clerks?

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jonas
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Re: Circuit court clerkships / District Court "Feeders"

Postby jonas » Wed Apr 13, 2011 4:53 pm

In addition to Rakoff, there's Pollack (ED Pa), Cote (SDNY), Oberdorfer (DDC), and Walker (ND Cal). Maybe also Gertner (D Mass) and Thompson (MD Ala).

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Re: Circuit court clerkships / District Court "Feeders"

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:17 pm

I've seen Lamberth (D.D.C.) frequently pop up as a pre-COA clerkship.

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Re: Circuit court clerkships / District Court "Feeders"

Postby FireNextTime » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:28 pm

jonas wrote:In addition to Rakoff, there's Pollack (ED Pa), Cote (SDNY), Oberdorfer (DDC), and Walker (ND Cal). Maybe also Gertner (D Mass) and Thompson (MD Ala).


Walker has retired. Like, retired-retired. No senior status for him. Gonna make dollar bills in mediation/arbitration.




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