JLC

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JLCJournal of Light Construction
JLCJapanese Language Center (various locations)
JLCJewish Leadership Council (various locations)
JLCJaeger–LeCoultre (Swiss watch maker)
JLCJl Compiler
JLCJava Learning Centre
JLCJuvenile Law Center
JLCJewish Learning Center (various locations)
JLCJustin Lee Collins (British comedian)
JLCJewish Labor Committee
JLCJapan Lutheran College
JLCJoint Labour Committee
JLCJapan Lutheran Church
JLCJunior League of Chicago
JLCJournal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.)
JLCJesus Loves Children
JLCJerry Lee Center (University of Pennsylvania)
JLCJoint Legal Custody (legal arrangement)
JLCJunior League of Cleveland
JLCJoint Logistics Commander
JLCJunior League of Columbus
JLCJustification for Limited Competition
JLCJunior League of Cincinnati
JLCJunior League of Charlotte
JLCJunior League of Calgary
JLCJunior League of Charlottesville
JLCJohn Labbatt Centre (London, Ontario, Canada)
JLCJunior Leadership Course
JLCJunior League of Charleston
JLCJudicial Law Clerk (vocation)
JLCJunior League of Columbia
JLCJoint Logistics Conference
JLCJoint Language Center
JLCJeunnes Libéraux du Canada (Young Liberals of Canada)
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Atkinson, a veteran of the United States Army, also has extensive public sector legal experience, including service as Deputy Solicitor General and Assistant Attorney General for the Office of the Attorney General, General Counsel for the Florida Department of State, Assistant General Counsel for the Executive Office of the Governor, and Senior Judicial Law Clerk for the Fourth District Court of Appeal.
Prior to Town, she was a judicial law clerk in New Jersey Superior Court.
Blise was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Carolyn Dineen King, U.
Earlier in his career, he was a partner in the law firm of McCarthy and Burke and served as a judicial law clerk to Judge CR Richey in US District Court.
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She previously worked as a judicial law clerk in Hampden County Superior Court.
Allen Loughry is currently a Judicial Law Clerk for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and has served in that position for the past eight years.
As the 40 mentors stayed seated, the law students continuously moved one seat to the right and networked in three-minute intervals with the professionals, including the chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court, a First District Court of Appeal judge, administrative law judge, federal prosecutor, general counsel, assistant chancellor, lobbyist, personal injury attorney, solo practitioner, judicial law clerk, law firm partner, Legal Services of North Florida attorney, contracts attorney, and numerous agency attorneys.
After graduation from law school and before joining Jenner & Block he served as a judicial law clerk to Justice Henry Burman in the Illinois Appellate Court, First District (1973-1975).
Reviewing the shortcomings of these treaties in the March 2006 issue of the Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy," Clayton Jernigan, then a judicial law clerk and now an associate attorney for Earthjustice, concluded, "The goal of eco-regional planning may simply be politically infeasible without the active involvement of civil society.
Suzanne Miles, who moved to Detroit last year to work as a judicial law clerk for the U.
Previously, Enos served as a judicial law clerk and worked for an employment law firm.