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Judicial Clerks

This guide provides an overview of resources for judicial clerks, including possible titles of interest on clerking, judging, and opinion writing, as well as selected materials from relevant organizations.

CSO Library Resources

The CSO Resource Library also contains selected materials related to judicial clerkships, such as judicial clerkship interview evaluations from UT law students.

Related Online Exhibits from Tarlton's Special Collections

Video of panel in honor of Henry Friendly biography

Featured here is a video of panels to mark the publication of a biography on former 2nd Circuit judge, Henry Friendly: Greatest Judge of His Era, a copy of which is at Tarlton. The second panel includes Judge Bryson of the Federal Circuit; at the 49:30 mark, Judge Bryson reflects back on how he may owe his clerkship to playing on University of Texas Law Professor Charles Alan Wright's touch football team.