Andrew Pinson, a UGA Law graduate from Watkinsville, was chosen as one of four clerks for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, starting in October 2013. High 79F. The Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library brought the Confederate Constitution out from storage in honor of Confederate Memorial Day Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Got some scoop for our reporters or editors? 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Pinson has been selected to serve as a judicial clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the October 2013 term. 706-583-0162. Dan Coenen, associate dean academic of the School of Law and Harmon W. Caldwell Chair in constitutional law, said he was happy for Pinson, a former student. Andrew Pinson will become solicitor general on Sept. 16. Andrew William Pinson, 52, of Double Branches Rd. 32 Advocate 2009 Andrew Pinson: Determined to succeed First-year law student Andrew A. 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Pinson (J.D.’11) will assume a role many law school graduates dream about but rarely obtain – clerking for a U.S. Supreme Court justice. Partly cloudy skies this evening will become overcast overnight. Click on the link below to send us your information. The online newspaper for the University of Georgia community, Research news from across the University of Georgia, © University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602, Today’s top news from the University of Georgia, Biodegradable containers can benefit gardeners, Showcase marks completion of 10th I-Corps cohort, Ecotourism fans may be in it for the social posts, Each college graduate adds $2M to Georgia’s GDP, Veteran entrepreneurs mentor UGA startups, UGA responds to pre-Thanksgiving testing push. Those selected within the last nine years are: Andrew A. Pinson, to clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas in the October 2013 term; Brian C. Lea, a 2009 law graduate, clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas in the October 2011 term; Merritt E. McAlister, a 2007 law graduate, clerked for Justice John Paul Stevens in the October 2009 term; Jason T. Burnette, a 2006 law graduate, clerked for Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. in the October 2007 term; Adam M. Conrad, a 2005 law graduate, clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas in the October 2006 term; and John H. Longwell, a 1999 law graduate clerked for Justice Stephen G. Breyer in the October 2005 term. Pinson graduated first in his class from Georgia Law in 2011, where he was the executive articles editor for the Georgia Law Review and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. Pinson helped Coenen with law-related research while he was studying at UGA, and Coenen wrote a letter recommending Pinson for the clerkship. “Few lawyers have this opportunity.”. My name is Brian O’Shea, and I’m running for President of the Graduate Student Association. The University of Georgia School of Law will see its sixth graduate in nine years work as a clerk for a Supreme Court Justice this fall. “I applied for a Supreme Court clerkship for similar reasons.”. Pinson said clerkships are regarded highly by law firms, and Jones Day has been supportive of him. “Several people who helped me through the application process have compared being selected to clerk for a Supreme Court justice to catching lightning in a bottle, so I was absolutely surprised and humbled to receive even an interview with Justice Thomas,” Pinson said. Ph.D. (1988) Cornell University . Trying to get students interested in the inner workings of the human body is difficult these days, especially considering what teachers are up against — Angry Birds is so distracting, after all. He then served as a judicial clerk for Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. ER 2002 . “The fact that I will be clerking for him next year is certainly a testament to the many wonderful people in my corner.”. Pinson intends to return to the firm once his clerkship has ended. Contact Info. Resumes, cover letters, recommendations, interviews, internships, networking, negotiations. He opened the floor for questions, which included topics on parking services, energy alternatives and the power of the Student Government Association. This job (and make no mistake — I believe it is a job, and not a résumé-builder or line for my vita) requires involvement within the graduate and greater University community, as well as a full-hearted advocacy for the unique needs of a vibrant, prolific and diverse graduate student population. He completed his Bachelor of Business Administration in banking and finance with a 4.0 GPA, graduated summa cum laude and was recognized as a first honor graduate. You have permission to edit this article. He also earned a degree in finance. Your doctor, your mother and your roommate nag you about getting your flu shot every year, but if Biao He has anything to say about it, you may only need it every so often instead. Pinson previously worked as judicial clerk for Senior United States Circuit Judge David Sentelle of the Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. Note to editors: An image of Pinson is available at Pinson’s appointment makes him the sixth Georgia Law graduate in nine years to be selected for this post. (Courtesy photo) Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr named a new solicitor general Wednesday to … Athens, Ga. – University of Georgia School of Law graduate Andrew A. Pinson has been selected to serve as a judicial clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the October 2013 term.

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