Clerking for Judge Elbert Tuttle: A Privileged Witness

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Clerking for Judge Elbert Tuttle: A Privileged Witness

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Description

Professor Aman's contribution to this volume (co-authored with Anne S. Emanuel) is found in Part III: Clerking for Federal Court of Appeals Judges. It is titled "Clerking for Judge Elbert Tuttle: A Privileged Witness."

ISBN

9780813944593 (hb,), 9780813944609 (ebook)

Publication Date

2020

Publisher

University of Virginia

City

Charlottesville

Keywords

Judicial Clerks, Clerkships, Clerks of Court, Judical Process, Law Clerk, Judges

Disciplines

Courts | Judges | Law | Legal Education | Legal Profession

Comments

Peppers, Todd C., ed. Of Courtiers and Princes: Stories of Lower Court Clerks and Their Judges. University of Virginia, 2020.

Drawing on contributions from former law clerks and judicial scholars—including an essay by Ruth Bader Ginsburg—the book provides an inside look at the professional and personal bonds that form between lower court judges and their clerks. While the individual essays often focus on a single judge and his or her corps of law clerks, including their selection process, contributions, and even influence, the book as a whole provides a macro-level view of the law clerk’s role in the rapidly changing world of lower federal and state courts, thereby offering an unusual yet crucial perspective on the inner workings of our judicial system.

Complete bibiliographic details available HERE.

Copies available in the Jerome Hall Law Library, KF 8807 .O3 2020.

Indiana University-Bloomington patrons have access to the ebook version HERE.

Clerking for Judge Elbert Tuttle: A Privileged Witness

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