University of Richmond School of Law graduates have an enviable record of success, securing among the highest percentage of prestigious judicial clerkships in the country. Recent graduates and seasoned alumni clerk at federal and state levels.
The Career Development Office and law school faculty provide guidance in the judicial clerkship application process. Interested second-year students should contact us for more information about judicial clerkships.
Interested first-year and second-year students should know that unpaid summer judicial internships are valuable experiences that may assist students in better understanding the role of a judicial clerk.
The following links provide useful information to law school students considering the judicial clerkship application process. Our Judicial Clerkship Handbook includes a listing of alumni who serve as judges and judicial clerks who may be helpful resources in students' and graduates' judicial application processes.
Additionally, the Career Development Office maintains a binder with past students' helpful tips for interviewing with judges. Please visit the CDO to view the judicial clerkship interview binder.
Judicial Clerkship Blackboard Course