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law clerk

n.
1. A graduate of law school who is employed as an assistant to a judge for a period of one or two years to gain legal experience prior to assuming long-term employment in the legal profession.
2. A law student employed as an assistant to a judge or attorney, especially to gain legal experience during the summer.
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It had been arranged for the purpose, early in the morning; its rich slabs of marble, all scratched by the heels of law clerks, supported a cage of carpenter's work of considerable height, the upper surface of which, within view of the whole hall, was to serve as the theatre, and whose interior, masked by tapestries, was to take the place of dressing-rooms for the personages of the piece.
Most recently, Lester was employed as a medical malpractice law clerk at Perantinides and Nolan Co LPA, a health law clerk for US Acute Care Solutions, a legal intern for Community Legal Aid Services and Akron Children's Hospital as well as an EDGE Legal Fellow.
Zana practiced at a nationally recognized law firm in the US and served as a federal court law clerk.
Prior to entering private practice, Neeb served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Colleen A.
He also served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Edward H.
The role of the law clerk is directly related to the court and the judge for whom the clerk works.
Dominguez served as judicial intern to the Honorable Risa Vetri Ferman and interim law clerk to the Honorable Daniel J.
Perry rejoins the firm after working as a law clerk for U.S.
Ok previously worked as a summer associate at Tonkon Torp, as an intern with TriMet's labor relations department, and as a summer law clerk with Farleigh Wada Witt.
The first organization started with 69 employees, including a collector, vice-collector, a chief clerk, a law clerk, a records clerk and three division chiefs.
Previously, he served as judicial law clerk to Judge T.