Date + Time: Monday, July 15, 2019: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Speakers: Bethany Mihalik, Fish & Richardson P.C.; Sabrina Sondhi, Cornell University Law Library
BoK Domains: Research + Analysis, Teaching + Training
Working for a federal or state court can be one of the most prestigious jobs that a recent law school graduate can obtain. However, in our obsession with preparing students for “practice,” the one area that is often overlooked is the type of research skills and subject matter expertise that new clerks and judicial interns need in order to succeed. This interactive panel discussion will cover the inside track on what tips and tricks can help your students and recent graduates stand out from the pack.
NOTE: One or more speakers did not agree to the AALL Speaking Commitment & Copyright Agreement form and this session was not recorded.