Three Columbia Law School Graduates Awarded Prestigious U.S. Supreme Court Clerkships
New York, January 30, 2014— Every year, an elite group of young lawyers from around the country earn one of the most coveted credentials in American law: a clerkship at the U.S. Supreme Court. Clerking for a justice is often a formative experience and the catalyst for a highly successful legal career. Three Columbia Law School graduates will add this prestigious honor to their résumé this year, having been awarded clerkships for the October 2014 term.
|(left to right) Jennifer B. Sokoler ’10, Mark Musico ’11, and James W. Crooks ’13 have been awarded prestigious U.S. Supreme Court clerkships.|