A Look Inside UT Law's U.S. Supreme Court Clinic | Erin Busby

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For the lucky few who get them, U.S. Supreme Court clerkships provide a lifetime of memories in a single year. But imagine if your clerkship included not only working for a Supreme Court Justice, but also with a future Supreme Court Justice. For Professor Erin Busby, the Co-Director of the Supreme Court Clinic at the University of Texas School of Law, that turned into a reality when her co-clerk, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, was confirmed to replace Justice Stephen Breyer. Professor Busby joins Todd Smith and Jody Sanders to discuss her clerkship experience and offer her insights on the clerkship process, particularly for interested law students. Professor Busby also describes the outsized impact that UT’s Supreme Court Clinic has at the U.S. Supreme Court.

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