Locating Information on Judicial Clerkships (and Judges)

For anyone considering a judicial clerkship upon graduation, the UW Law School Career Services Office provides numerous resources and faculty guidance.  For additional reading material on the role of judicial clerks, check the UW Law Library collection holdings. Another important aspect in the application process is locating background information about the judges and the library has useful sources which profile the judiciary.

Consult these titles for an overview on judicial clerkship:

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Judicial Clerkships: A Practical Guide / New Book Shelf / KF 8807 D86 2010

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Behind the Bench: The Guide to Judicial Clerkships / KF 8771 S85 2002

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Federal Appellate Court Law Clerk Handbook / KF 8807 L47 2007

For information on judges, consult these sources:

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The American Bench / Reference KF 8700 A19 A44 2011

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BNA 's Directory of State and Federal Courts / Reference KF 8700 A19 B53

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Almanac of the Federal Judiciary / Reference KF 8700 A19 A4

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The Wisconsin Blue Book / for information on the Judicial Branch in Wisconsin

Submitted by Cheryl O'Connor on November 22, 2011

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