Law firms’ lucrative signing bonuses for U.S. Supreme Court clerks may rise again this year, with some anticipating a jump to $450,000.
July marks the start of the recruitment season for U.S. Supreme Court clerks heading into private practice after one or two years apprenticing at the most powerful and prominent bench in the country. But this year they enter a wildly different market.
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