Students Take First Steps to Judicial Clerkships
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
To learn about and make contacts that may lead to judicial clerkships, six TU College of Law students participated in the American Bar Association’s Judicial Clerkship Program on February 10-12 in Atlanta as part of the ABA’s Midyear Meeting.
Pictured from left to right: April Moaning, Videlinata Krishna, Sara Sharp, Benoni Parsons, Brodney Moses, and Benjamin Ciranowicz.
The annual program brings together mostly minority law students with judges and former law clerks to stress the value of and to better prepare students for judicial clerkship opportunities. Numerous students have obtained clerkships and internships as a result of their participation in the program. This year’s TU students were 2L Sara Sharp and 1Ls Benjamin Ciranowicz, Videlinata Krishna, April Moaning, Brodney Moses, and Benoni Parsons.