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clerkship

(klĕrk′ship″)
A clinical experience in the education of a student of the health professions in which he or she is introduced to the practical care of patients with particular illnesses or characteristics.
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(12) The Herculean task of reading and deciding at the district court is almost impossible without the aid of law clerks. Because the reading and writing of the district court is cabined both by time constraints and the volume of material to be consumed, the law clerk becomes central to this process.
Prior to their new roles, both Hensley and Grieco served as law clerks for the firm where they contributed to significant cases concerning police misconduct and excessive force, mass shootings, medical malpractice and premise liability.
The first law clerk came to the Court in 1882, but the practice was not institutionalized until several years later.
The allegations by several female student law clerks concern two incidents at an office Christmas party, and one at a Wellington bar.
The opportunities afforded to me as Judge Schermer's law clerk reach beyond training in conventional legal skills.
Alicia was a superb law clerk. Not only was she outstanding in performing the typical duties of a law clerk--research, drafting, and editing--but also she had an independence of mind, collegiality, and definite powers of persuasion.
Along the way, Coyne meets immigrants hoping to stay in the country despite a harsh ruling from a lower court judge; law clerks who will do whatever it takes to beat Coyne to the Supreme Court promised land; a law clerk serving in the dreaded state courts who may have a surprise or two up her sleeve; judges who are managers guiding a team (the law clerks) to the right result in the judges' estimation; and other judges who care not just about reaching the correct result, but the manner in which the correct result is reached.
Those practices remedied the signature difficulties, which plagued law clerk hiring some twenty years, rectifying or ameliorating concerns that prior approaches entailed.
He served as a law clerk at the Texas Supreme Court, working for Justices Jack Hightower and Greg Abbott.
Before joining Dykema, he was a law clerk for the Honorable Avern Cohn, United States District judge for the Eastern District of Michigan, from 1997 to 1999.
If you were a Third DCA law clerk, or know of someone who was, contact Chip George at cgeorge@cmpg-law.com, or (305) 661-7686.
But before that task gets started, McKenna's former law clerk is found murdered on a New York street with McKenna's phone number in his pocket.