The federal judiciary’s latest attempt to impose order to the clerk hiring process is off to a promising start.

Judges and law school clerkship advisers are reporting that a pilot federal law clerk hiring plan, which kicked off June 17, appears to have cut down on the practice of judges selecting clerks before the end of their second year of law school and has helped make the application process more transparent.

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