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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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Occasionally, a breach of the rules of confidentiality led to law clerk firings.
Principal law clerk to New York State Supreme Court Justices Leonard W.
Professor Abrams was a law clerk to Judge Jones from 1976 through 1978.