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Working at Pennsylvania Courts

Pennsylvania's Unified Judicial System ensures that justice prevails in the Keystone state. Its Supreme Court, the highest court in Pennsylvania, consists of a chief justice and five justices, all elected officials. The Supreme Court provides the final judgment ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Senior Law Clerk in Carlisle, PA
    Former Employee - Senior Law Clerk in Carlisle, PA
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    I worked for a great judge. I learned so much about the law and life in general from him. Going to work was fun and challenging. Everyday I was working on new cases.

    Cons

    As a law clerk I could only work 35 hours a week, so I didn't have benefits. And while the hourly rate of pay was OK, it wasn't anything close to the money I made as a labor and employment litigator for a large national law firm.

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    There isn't really any advice I have for the work environment. Working for a trial court judge was an excellent experience. It would have been nice to have 40 hours per week, so I could obtain benefits.

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