Locke Lord encourages summer associates to seek judicial clerkships. Not only do judicial clerkships in federal and state courts across the country provide a boost to a starting lawyer's career, but they also provide invaluable real world experience. We provide an additional compensation bonus for certain clerkships and give one-year credit toward an associate's starting salary and partnership class. An estimated 11 percent of Locke Lord lawyers serve judicial clerkships. Below is a list of former judicial clerks from Locke Lord as a contact resource for those considering a judicial clerkship.


    John Arnold W. Scott Hastings Christine Richardson
    C. Davin Boldissar Alan H. Katz Seth M. Roberts
    George E. Bowles Susan Kidwell Jonevin Sabado
    Heidi Brady Elizabeth E. Mack Carl C. Scherz
    Taylor F. Brinkman John P. McDonald  Michael R. Schulman 
    Scarlett Collings Michael McGivney Paul Schuster
    Michael H. Collins Jeffrey B. Mead Kathleen Smalley
    Chris Dove Harriet Miers Daniel Solitro 
    Michelle Adams Earley Robert T. Mowrey Sarah-Michelle Stearns
    Lauren Morgan Fincher Matthew Nazareth William B. Steele, III
    Sumner Fontaine Michael V. Powell Douglas Sweeney
    Ben FrazziniKendrick Steven Quiring Thomas G. Yoxall
    David M. Gregory


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