The North Carolina Judicial
Fellowship is a brand new office within the N.C. Judicial Branch established,
upon recommendation of the N.C. Commission on the Administration of Law and
Justice, to provide independent legal research and writing support to the
state’s approximately 370 superior and district court judges. Fellowships
are similar to traditional judicial clerkships, but Fellows have the unique
opportunity to work with many different judges, who serve in over 100
courthouses and preside over all matters of state law. This information
session will provide information about the Fellowship for any students who may
be interested in applying for a two-year term beginning in either August 2018
or August 2019.
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