Press on buddy, while it may not be possible to get a clerkship with the SCOTUS or CoA right out of lawschool from a T4, you could get a clerkship with a Federal district court judge, establish yourself, and parley it into a CoA clerkship. Though there are a lot of T6 schools, I am pretty sure the October 2008 term had, inter alia, Univ of Wisc, George Washington, George Mason, pepperdine and creighton.
read mr. galt's statement. he's not being serious - he's mocking me.
You've been on this board for a while. How can you not realize that this is a flame?
Quote from: rhombot on February 19, 2008, 06:46:32 PMread mr. galt's statement. he's not being serious - he's mocking me.No he's not. What part of his statement is mocking you. It's possible to get a federal clerkship from a T4 (very hard, but also very possible). It's also possible to turn this into a CoA clerkship. How is he mocking you? Also, you go to a T2 not a T4.