Law School graduates clerk for Supreme Court justices
At the opening of the U.S. Supreme Courts 1999-2000 term in October, five graduates of the Universitys Law School began clerking for justices.
The five graduates and the justices for whom they clerk are:
During the seven Supreme Court terms from 1993-94 through the current term, 36 graduates of the Law School have clerked for Supreme Court justices, which represents one clerkship for every 34 graduates.
Only Yale Law School had slightly higher representation during this period with one clerk for every 26 graduates. Other represented law schools include Stanford with one clerk for every 60 graduates; Harvard with one clerk for every 73 graduates; Columbia with one clerk for every 132 graduates; and Michigan with one clerk for every 242 graduates.