Judicial clerkships are post-graduate positions. To learn more about judicial externships, please click here.
The federal clerkship application process is extremely competitive. Candidates should be in the top 20% of their class and members of law review. Teacher or research assistant experience, externship experience, and significant prior work experience are required. Applicants must also obtain top letters of recommendation from faculty and previous employers. If you are competitive for a clerkship, contact Professor Aimee Dudovitz and Professor Jessica Levinson for guidance on resume design and application preparation.
Read more about the Federal Clerkship Program here.
State Court Clerkships are similarly competitive. Students interested in a state clerkship can watch the State Court Clerkship Panel event recording (from 10/23/12). Those with questions may contact Assistant Director for Career Services Brooke Loesby.
- Los Angeles Superior Court Law Clerk
- California Judicial Branch Career Opportunities
- National Center for State Courts Employment Opportunities
- Vermont Law School's Guide to State Clerkships: Consult the "Resources" section of the Loyola Law School Symplicity system or contact the Office of Career Services for the username and password.
- Insight and Inside Information for Select State Court Clerkships
Office of Career Services
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