Career law clerks may not have a national organization, but they appear to be banding together in the name of workers’ rights.

The recent flurry of attention began with an e-mail, sent Tuesday by Linda Hylenski, a career law clerk for Judge Gerald Rosen on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, to the listservs for all clerks across the country. Hylenski’s beef: a set of “cost-cutting proposals targeting career law clerks” by a committee for the Judicial Conference.

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