»Judicial Clerkships

A post-graduate judicial clerkship is the method by which many notable legal professionals and scholars have embarked upon their careers. Many clerks believe that their clerkship was the best educational experience they ever had. A clerkship will give you an opportunity to observe and understand the inner workings of the judicial system in a way that no class or other job can. If you are interested in applying for a judicial clerkship, please contact Laurie Ellen Park (lpark@chapman.edu) to inquire about the process, letters of recommendation, and other details.

Resources

Please visit the Law Library and the CSO for additional hardcopy Judicial Clerkship resources.

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Judicial Clerkship Contacts

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Faculty & Alumni Judicial Clerks

View a list of faculty and alumni judicial clerks