Annual guide which provides basic information on the hiring procedures for state appellate and trial courts. Includes salary information. Contact Janet Siegel Brown, Director of Judicial Clerkships, for login information.
Database providing information on application timing and requirements for federal clerkship positions. The site is maintained by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts on behalf of the Federal Judiciary.
Although somewhat dated, this directory contains contact information on African-American, Asian-Pacific Island, Hispanic, Native American and Tribal Court Judges. (R,REF KF8700.A19 D56 2008 and B,ABA KF325.20845 .D57 2008)
Basic contact information on all U.S. appellate and district judges, U.S. magistrates, U.S. Attorneys, U.S. bankruptcy judges and Federal administrative law judges. State court information provides a hierarchical overview of court structure. It does not provide information on individual state judges. (R,REF KF8700.A19 F435)
Provides contact and biographical information on federal and state judges. Also includes contact information on judicial staff, court staff, and law clerks. Contains Law School Index which lists judges and clerks by law school attended as well as year of graduation. (R,REF KF8700.A19 J835)
Selected states (California, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas). Contains contact information for judges, and often contains additional information, such as education, professional memberships, and noteworthy decisions.
Provides biographical profiles on the entire federal judiciary. In addition to general contact information, the almanac includes each judge's academic and professional background, noteworthy rulings, publication listings and media coverage. It also includes evaluations submitted by lawyers and former law clerks.
Directory of biographies of entire federal and state court judiciary. It also includes contact information, judicial boundary maps and a gender diversity survey. The biographical section provides additional information such as important decisions, authorship, military service and social civic activity. (R,REF KF8700.A19 A47)
Make sure the "Judge" tab is selected, then enter your judge's name. This tool allows you to review a judge's biographical and professional history, their most-cited opinions, and recent mentions in the news.
Make sure to select "Judge" from the drop-down menu, then search for your judge's name. Profiles include links to opinions, motions, news and other publications of that judge. Also provides graphical charts related to judge's cases.
Similar to the Litigation Profile Suite on Lexis Advance, Westlaw Profiler provides biographical information on individual judges. It also includes extensive analytics relating to a judge's ruling history.