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Judicial Clerkships Research

Looking for Information on a Judge?

Are you interviewing for a judicial clerkship and want more information on the judge you may be working for?  Are you working on a case and want to know how a specific judge typically rules in similar cases?  Are you interested in the educational and biographical background of a particular judge? If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions, this Research Guide is for you!  

In this guide you will find resources for researching judges at all levels of the Judiciary Branch as well as information on useful judicial statistics.  This research guide also includes helpful information on judicial clerkships in general.

Guide Authorship and Currency

Originally published December 2018 by Avery Le.

Last updated November 2022 by Elizabeth Christian

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