I read that while the Department of Justice reviews the qualifications of applicants to be appointed as federal judges, each federal court unit and each judge has the power to hire his/her own staff. So, unless a Novus law school graduate wants to be a federal judge, that graduate, depending on how extensive his/her knowledge of the law is and depending on who he/she knows, it does appear that the Novus law school graduate does have a chance to work somewhere in the federal court system.As you all well know, reputation is everything in the legal community. If a Novus law school graduate (or any law school graduate) has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the law and has passed the California bar exam, he/she probably has a chance.However, I'm not an attorney myself yet either. But, this time, I am working hard to know everything (about as many areas of the law as possible).
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