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August 30, 2006



There has been some talk about a lack of women on law review editorial boards, a virtual prerequisite for a Supreme Court Clerkship, and that is certainly the case in my law school. I know the main reason for this is that fewer women participate in the writing competition then men do. Is this the case at other schools? What could explain this phenomena, as it is clear there are just as many qualified men as women?


And for that matter, why so few GULC grads among the Supreme Court clerks?

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