The Role of Clerks in the Work of the U.S. Supreme Court
Contribution to Book
Law clerks provide invaluable assistance to their justices. They screen petitions; some claim they help write opinions; and many often end up back at the Court as counsels themselves.
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O'Connor, K., & Hermann, J. R. (1995). The role of clerks in the work of the U. S. supreme court. In K. O'Connor (Ed.), American government: Readings and cases (pp. 264-269). Allyn & Bacon.
American Government: Readings and Cases