Saturday, September 30, 2006

1st Circuit

Boudin: Harvard, Harvard, Harvard
Howard: Cornell, Harvard
Lynch: Harvard, Harvard, Stanford
Selya: Duke, Harvard
Torruella: Columbia, Columbia, Columbia
Stahl (Sr.): NYU, Penn

Unavailable: Lipez, Campbell (Sr.), Coffin (Sr.), Cyr (Sr.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a 1L at a lower top 100 school. I'm near the top of my class and have given some thought to pursuing a clerkship after graduation. Should I take this data to mean that cir. clerkships are out of the question?

10:47 AM, July 04, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have three options, I think: 1) Identify circuit judges who are alumni of your school, and apply to them; they may be more receptive to you. 2) Clerk for a district court judge who feeds to circuit judges. 3) Transfer. Harvard, for example, accepted about 35 transfers to the class of 2008, mostly (ok, probably entirely) from schools in the top 100 but also mostly outside the T14. Other great T14 schools accept lots of transfers too - check out the transferapps yahoogroup.

1:07 PM, July 09, 2007  

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