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Re: Announcing The Clerkship Scramble, a clerkship data resource

Postby Citizen Genet » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:37 pm

GTL made an open post for NY bonuses and timelines, so anyone with info, please share.

(I also pointed out via comment that a CDCa judge and Judge Smith (5th) posted openings today with specifics on timelines. Judge Southwick in the 5th also opened a position, but with no specifics about applying.)


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Re: Announcing The Clerkship Scramble, a clerkship data resource

Postby brohaters1 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:00 pm

Any news on those midwest judges?

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Re: Announcing The Clerkship Scramble, a clerkship data resource

Postby gotmilk? » Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:00 pm

G. T. L. Rev. wrote:Thanks to everyone who has submitted a tip thus far. I have received quite a few lately and will be rolling some of them up into an update this evening. A few others will have to wait, as tipsters asked me to hold off (this is something people often do when they have an interview, or someone they know does; the delay serves to protect the sender from sudden, increased competition).

If you have submitted a tip, via PM or e-mail, and I have failed to post it, please re-send it.

Thanks for the updates- you have been an invaluable resource to so many people. One quick question though: is there any reason there haven't been many updates on district court hiring? Is it because you haven't been receiving tips on district courts? Do you think it's because there isn't a lot of district court hiring going on?

I'd imagine the amount of info on clerkship scramble will go way up once this hiring cycle is over... a lot of people (frankly, myself included) are hesitant to share inside information while it's still relevant for applicants.


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Re: ,

Postby LifeinKodachrome » Fri Jul 06, 2012 2:37 pm

So this website appears to have disappeared. The blog was taken down? I don't know, but it's confusing (and obviously a much less helpful resource when it's unaccessable...)

But thanks for all the good work in general!

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