The federal judiciary saw a huge spike in online applications for clerkships from last year, according to a release from the judiciary.

The Web site used by about two-thirds of all federal judges to find clerks saw 401,576 electronic applications between Oct. 1, 2008 and Sept. 30, 2009. That’s a 66 percent increase from that time period last year, when 241,529 applications were turned in.

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