This course is intended to appeal to any student who seeks a judicial clerkship or aspires to be a judge, or who simply wants to learn more about how and why judges write judicial opinions. Students will consider the complexities of being on the bench, including judges' relationships with the public, with lawyers, with other judges, and with their clerks. The students will try their hands at formats and styles unique to clerking or judging, including a bench brief, an analytic paper, and an appellate-court opinion.
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|Sakai site: https://sakai.duke.edu/portal/site/LAW.791.01.Sp17|
|Email list: LAW.791.01.Sp17@sakai.duke.edu|
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