Clerking in other states' courts.

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Clerking in other states' courts.

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 15, 2011 3:36 am

I've lived in CA for nearly all of my life and want to practice here. I've accepted the fact that a federal clerkship probably just isn't going to happen, especially not in CA.

I would love to clerk at a CA state court, but their budgets are becoming increasingly worse and even the unpaid positions are highly competitive.

So, if I were to find an acceptable clerking job in another state, do you think it would make sense career-wise to do it?

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