A judicial clerkship is a highly rewarding and intellectually satisfying job. Judicial clerks sharpen their research and writing skills, are exposed to a variety of legal issues, and gain insight into the entire litigation process.
The University of Washington Law School supports our students and alumni in seeking judicial clerkships through informative programming, individual advising, networking opportunities and application support.
The following lists are available for users to sign up:
Please make sure to include your full name to speed up the verification process for adding you to the appropriate mailing list.
To hear faculty and staff discuss the advantages of clerking, and the procedures for applying, listen to or watch the podcast of the 10/6/16 panel discussion "Clerkships 101."
For a quick summary of procedures, please read this handout from the 10/6/16 meeting.
To learn more about judicial clerkships, please read the Judicial Clerkship Manual.
If you are interested in applying for a judicial clerkship, please fill out the Clerkship Interest Form.
To request letters of recommendation from UW Law faculty, please use the LOR Tracker.
See a list of alumni who have clerked for state and federal judges