The names of the upcoming term’s 37 U.S. Supreme Court law clerks have been released by the court’s public information office, but not much else. Definitive details from the court about their prior clerkships and law schools won’t be made public until September.
But thanks to LinkedIn, law school press releases and other sources, we can piece together bits of information about what is shaping up to be an interesting—and lucrative—group of clerks. (We reported just Wednesday that the law firm signing bonus for Supreme Court clerks is inching upward to $450,000.)
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