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September 06, 2009


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On North Dakota, might it be that it's almost only their students that apply for district court clerkships in North Dakota (and apply disproportionately to those in South Dakota, North West Minn., and North Eastern Montana)? I don't know if that's enough clerkships to account for the rating, but I suspect that North Dakota grads make up the majority, or a large percentage, of the applicants for those spots. Still, good for them.

Patrick S. O'Donnell

Duncan Hollis of Opinio Juris now responds in turn, along with a few other folks:

Patrick S. O'Donnell

I should have said "responds in turn to Posner...."

Kim Krawiec

You might be right, Matt, although one would think that the same might hold true of locations other than N.D. -- although, I'm not sure. Just guessing here, really.

Thanks for the link Patrick.

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