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Wednesday, September 22, 2004
  Clerkships : Congratulations to Eric Barber, who landed a prestigious judicial clerkship with Judge Richard C. Wesley of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Eric graduated in May and is spending this year as clerk for Chief Justice Shirley S. Abrahamson of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Congrats also to two of my current classmates who landed clerkships: Sarah Maguire and Bryan Cahill. Both will graduate with me in May 2005. Sarah was my Law Review Editor-in-Chief, and Bryan I know from both Law review and study groups. Haven't seen them around much lately (neither at the Law school nor, in Bryan's case, Whole Foods)--must be because they were off meeting with judges far and wide.

By the way, you read my post on OCI yesterday. Interviewing for clerkships is MUCH more competitive. So these three just went through uber-OCI... hats off.

(UPDATE: Bryan's clerkship is with Prosser, so he'll be staying in Madison. Also Congrats to Jerry Bramwell, who snagged a federal clerkship in the Western District of Kentucky.)
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