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The Appeals Court expects to hire approximately twenty-six law clerks for the 2018–2019 court year (August 30, 2018 through August 28, 2019).
Application materials must have been submitted between August 1 and September 1, 2017.
Interviews will be conducted and hiring decisions will be made on a rolling basis between September and December, 2017.
The current annual salary is $62,960. Applicants should demonstrate superior academic achievement, an ability to work professionally and independently, and an interest in legal research and writing.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court is committed to doing justice under the law by rendering thoughtful, well-reasoned appellate decisions in a timely and efficient manner, treating all those who come before the court fairly and impartially. It is a court of general appellate jurisdiction, with a large caseload in both criminal and civil matters. Created in 1972, the Appeals Court currently is comprised of a chief justice and twenty-four associate justices. The Chief Justice has two law clerks; the other justices have one.
Please note that pursuant to the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, you will be required to complete an Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9) and submit specific document(s) that establish your identity and employment eligibility after an offer of employment is made. Additionally, pursuant to St. 1978, c. 478, sec. 328, any offer of employment is contingent upon your establishing residency in Massachusetts by the starting date of your employment with the Appeals Court.
The Appeals Court is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all interested persons to apply.