In Shift, More SCOTUS Clerks Seek Jobs Outside the Beltway
Almost half of the 39 clerks from last term are now working outside Washington, D.C. Possible explanations include greater interest by New York firms, the draw of returning to home, saturation of the D.C. market, and even the 2016 presidential election.
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