U.S. Supreme Court

A clerkship at the U.S. Supreme Court is arguably the most prestigious job out there for law school graduates: Just 36 superstars get the gig each year, plus a few more who clerk for retired justices. (It can also be a lucrative position, with a handful of law firms paying eye-popping bonuses to former clerks who join up.)

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