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Navigating the Clerkship Process for Law Students of Color and First-Generation Law Students
February 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Please join ACS for a panel discussion aimed at demystifying judicial clerkships, specifically for law students of color and first-generation law students. Participants will learn more about the clerkship process, whether they should apply for a clerkship, the differences between state, federal, trial, and appellate clerkships, the qualities that judges look for in judicial clerks, and the day-to-day experience of being a clerk. Panelists will also provide best practices for navigating the clerkship application process and discuss the importance of increasing diversity in judicial clerkships.
Judge Natalia Cornelio, Texas 351st District Court
Judge Darrin Gayles, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Judge Sueanna Johnson, Colorado Court of Appeals
Judge L. Felipe Restrepo, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Julia Saladino, Assistant Director, Georgetown University Law Center Office of Public Interest and Community Service
This conversation is open to all. It will be recorded and the recording will be available to ACS members.