Federal and Maryland Appellate Court Judicial Clerkship and Internship Alumni Panel

1401 N. Charles St
AL 102

Federal and Appellate Court Judicial Clerkship and Internship Alumni Panel

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m., AL 102

A post-graduate judicial clerkship with a Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland Court of Special Appeals, or U.S. District Court judge is a highly prestigious start to your legal career, one that can open many professional doors in every type of legal employer including “BigLaw,” federal government agencies, and preeminent public interest law firms and impact litigation organizations, such as the ACLU.  Interning with an appellate or federal judge during your 1L summer or 2L year is a powerful resume booster as well as an invaluable opportunity to receive excellent training in legal analysis, research and writing!  Attend this panel to learn more about the experience, its rewards, and application procedures.

Alumni Panelists:

  • Lauren Lake, Associate, Gordon Feinblatt, clerked for the Hon. A. David Copperthite, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and Hon. Douglas R. M. Nazarian of the Court of Special Appeals
  • Kimberly Ohanuka, Law Clerk for Hon. Gina L. Simms, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, also clerked for Hon. Charles Dorsey III, Baltimore City Circuit Court
  • Lauren Vint, Chief Deputy Clerk, Office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals; clerked for Hon. Lynne A. Battaglia, Court of Appeals of Maryland, and served as Senior Law Clerk, Hon. Clayton Greene, Jr., Court of Appeals of Maryland

Contact Name:
Alyson Todd
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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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