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Law firms may provide clerks for courts

Proposal raises ethical issues

By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / June 22, 2009

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The Massachusetts judiciary has withdrawn offers for dozens of highly coveted law clerk jobs as a result of expected budget cuts. Instead, the court system is considering filling the vacancies, at no cost to the state, with newly hired private lawyers whose firms have pushed back their start dates because of the bad economy. (Full article: 1058 words)

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