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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Clerkships, peer-produced information, and the federal lawclerk hiring plan

Katherine McDaniel, a YLS grad, is the creator and administrator of the The Clerkship Notification Blog. According to Katherine's email to me, "The Clerkship Notification Blog allows users to post information regarding which judges have started scheduling interviews, which judges have made offers, and which judges have completed their hiring... Originally, I set it to fill the information gap between between information that the judges share and information that the applicants have access to. I see the blog as part of the emerging trend in peer-produced knowledge, a fact that, as a student of Yochai Benkler, gives me warm fuzzies."

Judges are still hiring this week and next, so if you're on the clerkship market or you are a professor with relevant knowledge, please visit Katherine's blog, and drop a dime on someone.

Posted by Administrators on September 19, 2006 at 11:16 AM in Life of Law Schools | Permalink


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