NY Unveils Clerkship Program For Laid-Off Attys

Law360, New York (September 9, 2009, 6:37 PM EDT) -- The New York State Bar Association and the state court system have unveiled a new pro bono law clerk program for unemployed lawyers, aiming to make it easier for laid-off attorneys to find a job and provide important help to increasingly busy state courts.

Jobless lawyers can apply online at nycourts.gov to sign on as a pro bono clerk for one of the state system's 1,300 judges, indicating the number of hours they can devote to the job, where they would like to serve and what...
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