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Top 18 Appellate Law Clerk Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Appellate Law Clerk. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Appellate Law Clerk resumes they appeared on. For example, 21.0% of Appellate Law Clerk resumes contained Appellate Briefs as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Appellate Law Clerk actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Appellate Law Clerk

1. Appellate Briefs
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Here's how Appellate Briefs is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Drafted Appellate Briefs Prepared Motions and Memorandum Assisted Attorneys in Preparation for Oral Argument
  • Formulated strategies and arguments in preparation for appellate briefs.
  • Researched and wrote appellate briefs on behalf of the state in criminal cases appealed to all levels of the judiciary.
  • Researched cases and statutes and assisted in writing various appellate briefs, including drug and murder case appeals.
  • Read appellate briefs and Research Division reports, and review lower court records.
  • Reviewed, researched and summarized appellate briefs.
  • Drafted Appellate briefs and petitions for writ of certiorari pertaining to insurance defense appellate practice.
  • Authored appellate briefs, motion oppositions, and internal memoranda.
  • Drafted motions, appellate briefs, memoranda of law.

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3. Criminal Trial Support
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4. Oral Arguments
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Here's how Oral Arguments is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Attended both court martials and appellate oral arguments.

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6. Criminal Law Matters
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7. Criminal Appeals
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Here's how Criminal Appeals is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Researched and analyzed written arguments and positions in civil and criminal appeals.
  • Clerked for a three-judge panel on the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.

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8. Court Hearings
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9. Constitutional Law
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Here's how Constitutional Law is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Researched and wrote bench memoranda on complex issues, including constitutional law, mental responsibility, and evidence.

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11. Civil Litigation
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12. Insurance Law
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13. Full Opinion
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14. Criminal Procedure
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Here's how Criminal Procedure is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Conducted legal research and drafted memoranda on various issues including criminal procedure, evidence and sentencing.

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15. Lexis
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Here's how Lexis is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Drafted memorandum opinions published on LexisNexis and Westlaw deciding civil and criminal appellate cases

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16. Deposition Transcripts
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17. Municipal Appeals
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Here's how Municipal Appeals is used in Appellate Law Clerk jobs:
  • Appeared in Superior Court to argue municipal appeals.
  • Argued municipal appeals before the Superior Court.

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18. JAD
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18 Most Common Skills For An Appellate Law Clerk

Appellate Briefs

21.0%

Criminal Legal Research

17.5%

Criminal Trial Support

11.2%

Oral Arguments

7.0%

Legal Documents

5.6%

Criminal Law Matters

5.6%

Criminal Appeals

4.2%

Court Hearings

3.5%

Constitutional Law

3.5%

Legal Authorities

2.8%

Civil Litigation

2.8%

Insurance Law

2.8%

Full Opinion

2.1%

Criminal Procedure

2.1%

Lexis

2.1%

Deposition Transcripts

2.1%

Municipal Appeals

2.1%

JAD

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Appellate Law Clerk

Rank Skill
1 Appellate Briefs 21.0%
2 Criminal Legal Research 17.5%
3 Criminal Trial Support 11.2%
4 Oral Arguments 7.0%
5 Legal Documents 5.6%
6 Criminal Law Matters 5.6%
7 Criminal Appeals 4.2%
8 Court Hearings 3.5%
9 Constitutional Law 3.5%
10 Legal Authorities 2.8%
11 Civil Litigation 2.8%
12 Insurance Law 2.8%
13 Full Opinion 2.1%
14 Criminal Procedure 2.1%
15 Lexis 2.1%
16 Deposition Transcripts 2.1%
17 Municipal Appeals 2.1%
18 JAD 2.1%
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