Judge Weissbrodt’s Chambers Seeking Applications for Volunteer Law Clerks

Judge Weissbrodt’s chambers is seeking applications from law school graduates who are interested in serving as unpaid Volunteer Law Clerks for summer 2012, the upcoming fall semester 2012 (or longer), spring semester 2013 and/or during the summer of 2013.

Volunteer Law Clerks work on trials and motions. They typically help prepare the Court for complex motions calendars, perform research, and assist in the drafting of decisions. The issues on which they work are highly diverse, involving matters of state and federal substantive law and bankruptcy law, and Federal procedure. They spend time in court and also learn how a judge’s chambers operates.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, writing sample, and law school transcript. Preference will be given to candidates who have taken a course in bankruptcy law or debtor/creditor rights; however, that is not a requirement for the positions. Applications should be sent via e-mail to Kristi Gerrior, Administrative Law Clerk.