KU Law’s curriculum equips law students with the legal knowledge and practice-ready skills needed to succeed.  

Clerkships are available in both federal and state courts. Law students interested in applying for clerkships are aided by the law school’s Judicial Clerkship Committee and the Career Services Office.

Clerkship Resources for Students

The CSO’s Judicial Clerkships Sharepoint Folder contains resources to support clerkship candidates, including clerkship timelines, spreadsheets of regional clerkship opportunities, typical clerkship interview questions, and more. To access these resources, contact Stacey Blakeman at

Judicial Clerkships

A considerable number of KU Law graduates accept judicial clerkships. The school’s Judicial Clerkship Committee has overseen a doubling in the number of federal and state court clerkships obtained by law school graduates, including positions at prestigious federal courts of appeal.

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