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Two-year Fellow (2009 and 2010) Amy Clark works in her Legislative Hall office.
Recruitment for the Judicial Fellows Program will be conducted through university-wide outreach to departments and offices whose graduate students possess strong backgrounds and interest in public administration and policy, urban affairs, business administration, economics, legal studies, and political science.
International students are not eligible to apply due to visa regulations.
Judicial Fellows will be competitively selected through an application and panel interview process. Fellows will be selected based on the research skills, interests, and personal attributes needed to succeed in the Administrative Office of the Courts.
For more information about the Judicial Fellows Program, contact Program Managers Julia O'Hanlon or Lisa Moreland Allred.
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