Applications Being Accepted for 2024-25 Clerkships
Each year, Allen Superior Court offers clerkships for recently graduated law school students who have taken the Indiana Bar exam. These clerkships are rare opportunities to experience all facets of civil law early in an aspiring attorney’s career. Clerks get to write, to research and to learn first-hand how to work in the Courtroom. The opportunity to work first-hand with Judges, attorneys and Court staff, offers a great leg up on the future. Applications are accepted from 3L students and should include a resume, transcript, writing sample and references.
Applications are being accepted for law clerks to serve during the 2024-25 term. For more details, download the detailed job posting.
(Applications must be received no later than November 17, 2023, but should be submitted as soon as possible.)
Health care benefits and paid time off are offered to law clerks. In 2023, the salary for this full-time position will be no less than $65,199.
Each law clerk would work for two judges as follows:
- Judge David J. Avery and Judge Craig J. Bobay
- Judge Jennifer L. DeGroote and Judge Andrew S. Williams
Orientation Week: Successful applicants shall report to work on Monday, August 5, 2024, in order that the incoming clerk may spend a week with the incumbent clerk for the purpose of orientation.
Work Day: The Allen Superior Court is open to the public from 8 a.m. until Noon and from 1 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. daily. All employees are expected to promptly observe starting times. The requirements of the position may necessitate the law clerk to work beyond the normal public business hours.