A former law clerk harassed by the judge she once worked for is creating a database meant to share experiences like hers to help prospective clerks identify problem jurists.

Aliza Shatzman, who has spoken publicly about harassment she faced from the now ex-jurist she worked for, is getting ready to launch a clerkship reporting database that will enable students to identify and avoid judges with a history of mistreatment. The system should be live by spring 2023, she said.

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