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October 2006

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2006-2007 Supreme Court Judicial Fellows Begin Program

The Supreme Court Fellows have begun their assignments for the 2006-2007 program. John Domurad, chief deputy clerk of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, joins the Administrative Office as its judicial fellow. Terence Lau, an assistant professor of business law from the University of Dayton, is the judicial fellow at the Supreme Court. Jon B. Gould, an associate professor of political science and law, and acting director of the Administration of Justice Program, is the fellow at the Federal Judicial Center. Lauren Bell, an associate professor of political science at Randolph-Macon College, is a fellow at the U.S. Sentencing Commission.

The Supreme Court Fellows Program offers mid-life professionals the opportunity to spend a year contributing to and observing the operation of the federal Judiciary. Fellowship appointments are for one year.