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Bankruptcy clerkship employment

Postby BankruptcyJesus » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:40 am

Hi, I know that there is a thread on this, but I want an updated thread and to hear more viewpoints on the matter. I have a bankruptcy clerkship in nonDE SDNY jurisdiction. My question is, what is the employment like for these types of clerks after their clerkships? Are there any forms that look to hire nonSDNY/DE bankruptcy clerks?

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Re: Bankruptcy clerkship employment

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:49 am

BankruptcyJesus wrote:Hi, I know that there is a thread on this, but I want an updated thread and to hear more viewpoints on the matter. I have a bankruptcy clerkship in nonDE SDNY jurisdiction. My question is, what is the employment like for these types of clerks after their clerkships? Are there any forms that look to hire nonSDNY/DE bankruptcy clerks?

Personally, I have had success coming out of a non-SDNY/DE Bankruptcy Clerkship. However, I had a 2L SA (and offer), extensive pre-law work experience, and solid grades from a T-25. It's probably going to come down to a few things:

1) previous employment
2) grades/school
3) ability to network/interview
4) proximity to a major market



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