Better to hand-in Clerkship materials at Chambers or Email?

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lifehopeful
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Better to hand-in Clerkship materials at Chambers or Email?

Postby lifehopeful » Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:06 pm

?

What about if you actually know one of the judges or worked with them previously?

Tyrion Lannister
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Re: Better to hand-in Clerkship materials at Chambers or Email?

Postby Tyrion Lannister » Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:18 pm

lifehopeful wrote:?

What about if you actually know one of the judges or worked with them previously?


I wouldn't send application materials via email unless you know the judge is okay with accepting them that way. If the JA or clerks aren't expecting apps by email, your materials run a better chance of slipping through the cracks that way.




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