Looking for some quick help wording a cover letter.
I'm thinking about saying "While clerking at [firm] and externing at [court], I . . ." -- can externing be used as a verb like this in a cover letter or is it not formal enough?
I could just say "While clerking at [firm] and [court]," but I don't want to give the false impression that my externship was a post-grad clerkship. I don't think the employer would really be confused because my cover letter clearly indicates I'm a student, but I don't want to sound like I don't know the difference.
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