Wednesday, January 29, 2020
 

Why some Harvard Law students ignore Trump appointees

Some Harvard Law students opt out of applying for coveted federal clerkships because certain federal judges hold ideological and political beliefs opposed to the students (not to mention that these judges were also appointed by President Trump). But, according to the Boston Globe, “some legal scholars worry that the reluctance of students at one of the nation’s premier law schools to clerk for Trump-appointed judges, first reported by Bloomberg Law, could further polarize the legal profession and do the country more harm than good.”

 

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