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Columbia and New York University law school graduates have secured 41 coveted clerkships on the U.S. Supreme Court in the last 13 years while the other 13 New York law schools combined have had only four graduates in those positions.

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Despite the two schools’ success, it pales when compared to Harvard and Yale law schools, which produced half of all U.S. Supreme Court clerks between 2005 and 2017, according to an analysis by The National Law Journal.

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Susan DeSantis

Susan DeSantis is the deputy editor-in-chief of the New York Law Journal. She can be reached at sdesantis@alm.com. Twitter: @sndesantis

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