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Advice question though, I just found out two of my mentors have pending cases before him (and they're IP, so I'd probably handle the motions). These are people I used to talk to regularly when I lived in LA. Anyone have any ethical advice on what to do? I know not to discuss anything about the case with them. But still talk to them? less?
Right now: nothing. Talk to them as you would normally.
Once a motion (or whatever) related to their case comes up in your internship, you ask the judge, telling him what you told us. He'll tell you what to do.
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I'd agree with that. If you were his clerk, he might not care too much, but as a 1L intern he may want to be a bit more cautious.
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Do judicial internships typically pay a salary?
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No, although I got work study through my school @ $10/hr.
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so I made a whole thread about this when I should have just asked here. How long between the interview and offer? I interviewed with a couple this week so I was just wondering if I should just give up hope? Also, do they call you to reject you (or no way because it's too time consuming?).
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