Interviewed with them having similar stats (solid clerkship from neighboring state, ties to the region, good school). I chose a different Denver firm but you should certainly get some interest from WTO with those stats even without significant ties to Denver otherwise, especially with WTO placing greater emphasis on federal clerkships starting this year. A lot of WTO attorneys also come from coastal V100 firms so if you have that going for you as well it can only help your chances.Anonymous User wrote:Browsing through WTO's attorney bios, it looks like they hire a fair number of 10th Circuit clerks who don't have any CO ties (at least none that are evident from their bios). I'm from a nearby state and doing a 2016 10th circuit clerkships, and I love Denver, but I have no ties. Do I have any shot?
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