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21st Annual Byrne Judicial Clerkship Institute

 

Professor Stephanie Williams

We invite you to join us for Pepperdine's 21st Annual Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr. Judicial Clerkship Institute, a program dedicated to promoting justice and the federal judiciary through training federal judicial law clerks. Every spring, federal judges and professors from across the country gather at Pepperdine and generously dedicate their time to providing current and future federal law clerks with the skills they need to become effective law clerks. The wisdom they share during the program is invaluable. This year, our program will be virtual. We'll share more information soon regarding our format for 2021.

We deeply appreciate the continued support of judges, professors, clerks, and students who have helped make this conference a success for nearly two decades. We look forward to meeting you virtually this spring.

Stephanie Williams
Assistant Professor of Legal Research and Writing 
Director, Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr. Judicial Clerkship Institute

Event Information

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"The goal of this institute is to equip law clerks to make significant and valuable contributions to the judges for whom they work and the judiciary as a whole."

Deanell Reece Tacha
Former Pepperdine Caruso Law Dean
Former Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

Registration

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Any law student or law graduate who has been selected for or has entered a clerkship is eligible to attend. 

Judicial Faculty

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Every spring federal judges and
professors from across the country gather
at Pepperdine and generously dedicate their
time to providing current and future federal
law clerks with the skills they need to
become effective law clerks.