Does anyone know what judges on the 3rd Circuit hire off plan? I know that Ambro and Chagares hire off-plan, and I'm curious to know who else does. I also believe Smith & Hardiman are known for hiring experienced clerks/associates. Any others who don't generally hire new grads?
Also any idea if someone from Penn has a shot at the 3rd Circuit without LR? If so, what grades would be necessary?
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