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Those life commitments have now changed, and 2021 would now work. Would it be inappropriate to reach out and ask the judge if he would prefer that I do the earlier term? Or should I just leave things be?
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I received the offer in early November.cjm2018 wrote:Probably depends on a whole host of factors, especially the judge's personality. In my view, if the judge hasn't filled his 2021 slots, he may be happy to hear you're available for 2021. But if he's already filled the 2021 slots, he may get frustrated by it. How long ago did you receive the offer/settle on clerking in 2022? If it was recent (within a month), I would just call the JA.
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