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My question comes from the fact that if I get an offer for the first clerkship that I have already interviewed for, it will likely come before I get a chance to interview for the second clerkship. I need to take the first clerkship if I get the offer right? I can't hope that I get the one with more money and a semi-better location and turn down an offer for just a chance, right? I just need some outside perspective.
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(If you don't get an offer from the first until after interviewing with the second, I think - depending on the judge's demeanor and how the offer is made - you can ask for at least a little time to consider, then call up the second judge and ask where you stand, explaining the situation. This is probably harder to pull off if you get an offer from the first before you've even interviewed with the second, though.)
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