Jones Day announced Wednesday it has hired seven former U.S. Supreme Court law clerks as associates in recent weeks. And if the news sounds familiar, that’s because Jones Day hired six former clerks last year and six the year before, for a total of 19 Supreme Court clerk hires in three years.

It is a trend that appears to build on itself, as clerks follow a well-trodden trail to a firm that enables them to keep in contact with fellow and former members of the exclusive club of Supreme Court clerks.

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