Life at the courthouse is a learning experience, federal judge tells students

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Spending a year as a judicial clerk in the federal court system is an invaluable learning experience and a chance to make lifelong legal connections, a U.S. magistrate told Law Center students. Judge Nancy Johnson discussed the value of clerking in a lunch hour presentation sponsored by the Clerkship Committee. She said a court clerkship offers invaluable insight into the judicial system and offers the opportunity to hone legal skills under the close mentorship of a judge.

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