Seventeen TAU Law students offered Supreme Court clerkship positions!
The Supreme Court accepts 26 clerks each year who get to work with the Justices on cases pending before the Court
TAU Law is delighted to report that 17 students have been offered clerkship positions with the Israel Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court, Israel’s highest judicial instance, accepts 26 clerks each year who get to work with the Justices on cases pending before the Court. The clerks build a substantial knowledge of the role and functions of the Supreme Court and take an active role in dealing with the most important and fundamental aspects of Israeli law.
In the recent round of interviews, which took place earlier this month, 17 TAU law students were offered clerkship positions, indicating a significant and respectable presence among the Supreme Court's clerks. We are extremely proud of our students and wish them continued success as they commence their illustrious careers.