A Supreme Court clerkship is a credential that now commands a bonus nearing half a million dollars from the nation’s most prestigious law firms. It opens up teaching and research opportunities at leading academic institutions and wins attention from government officials looking to fill vacancies on the federal courts.

It’s well known how many doors high court clerkships can open. But what about the closed-door process of selecting them?

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