Judicial Clerkship

Charles Williams | Nov. 15, 2013 | Notre Dame Law School

Ryan Synder

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. has invited NDLS alum G. Ryan Snyder (JD ’12) to join his chambers as a judicial clerk for the October 2014 Supreme Court term. Ryan is the third NDLS grad to be named a Supreme Court judicial clerk in the past decade.

“I’m deeply honored to clerk for the Chief Justice of the United States,” Ryan says. “This clerkship will give me the chance to work on the most challenging and interesting legal issues of the day with the Chief Justice. I can’t think of a more exciting opportunity.”

Ryan attributes his selection to a number of factors, starting with the public-law offerings at NDLS. “Since graduation, I’ve worked on a number of cases that involved either constitutional or statutory interpretation,” he says. “I always felt well-equipped to analyze those issues because of the education I received at Notre Dame.”

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