law clerk

Definition of "law clerk"
  1. A role, typically filled by a law school graduate, that involves assisting a judge, magistrate, or attorney with tasks such as research and analysis
How to use "law clerk" in a sentence
  1. The law clerk worked late into the night researching prior cases for the judge's review.
  2. At the law firm, the law clerk was in charge of analyzing the latest judicial opinions to inform the lawyers about the new precedents.
  3. The magistrate valued the law clerk's assistance in preparing briefings and coordinating the legal procedures.

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