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Each year, a small crop of highly credentialed recent law school graduates arrives at the U.S. Supreme Court to serve as law clerks for the nine justices. One significant duty that these clerks perform is analyzing whether petitions for writ of certiorari — written arguments asking the Court to accept a case for review on the merits — are meritorious and should be granted.

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