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Katherine Ryan

Katherine is a rising 2L at Seton Hall Law originally from Syracuse, New York. In addition to working in the communications department, Katherine is on the E-board for the Women's Law Forum. Before law school Katherine worked as an outreach specialist and graduated from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Keep in touch with Katherine via LinkedIn.
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The Benefits of Judicial Clerkships After Graduation

Posted by Katherine Ryan on 6/17/24 2:00 PM

Seton Hall Law’s first year legal writing and research curriculum concluded the spring semester with a visit from New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Rabner. Chief Justice Rabner spoke in the Larson Auditorium to the 1L class about the benefits of Clerkships post-graduation from Seton Hall Law School. Some of these benefits include extensive legal research and writing experience, an upfront look at successful oral arguments, access to the judge’s chambers and insight to how cases are decided.

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