COA clerks who were interviewing...where do you stand now?

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COA clerks who were interviewing...where do you stand now?

Post by Anonymous User » Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:57 am

I don't know how many COA clerks were clerking without post-clerkship employment already determined, but I am curious to hear stories about what fellow clerks are doing, assuming that their term is wrapping up in the next couple of months. Are your judges helping out in any way? Anybody being permitted to stay on longer than 1 year?

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Re: COA clerks who were interviewing...where do you stand now?

Post by Anonymous User » Wed Jul 08, 2020 12:09 pm

Not COA clerk, but district. My judge let me extend my clerkship

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Re: COA clerks who were interviewing...where do you stand now?

Post by Anonymous User » Thu Jul 16, 2020 7:35 am

Anonymous User wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 10:57 am
I don't know how many COA clerks were clerking without post-clerkship employment already determined, but I am curious to hear stories about what fellow clerks are doing, assuming that their term is wrapping up in the next couple of months. Are your judges helping out in any way? Anybody being permitted to stay on longer than 1 year?
There were two clerks in my chambers without post-clerkship employment already determined. One is doing a third (unplanned) clerkship, the other does not yet have a position.

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