If you want to clerk for a Supreme Court Justice after you finish law school, Harvard Law appears well equipped to help you meet your goal. According to an HLS announcement, "Of the 37 law school graduates who are serving as clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court justices in the 2006-07 term, 11 come from Harvard Law School — the highest number from a single law school this year, and one of the largest contingents in HLS history." This is the third year in a row that Harvard leads all other US law schools in Supreme Court clerkships.
Now you just need to get accepted to HLS.
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