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Answers to frequently asked questions about the Trial Court job application process.
Learn more about job opportunities and internships with the Supreme Judicial Court.
Law clerks are law school graduates who act as "elbow" clerks to one or more of the justices, assisting them in researching and writing judicial decisions.
Get information about recruitment, screening, certification, and requirements for applicants interested in court interpreter positions.
Law clerks are law school graduates who act as "elbow" clerks to one or more of the justices, assisting them in researching and writing judicial decisions.
Get information on the internship program and applying for an internship with the Appeals Court.
Find contact information for internships with the Trial Courts.

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