We were very lucky to welcome US Administrative Law Judge Glynn Voisin (TLS '77) of the Social Security Administration to the Law School this past Wednesday. Judge Voisin graciously volunteered to speak to our students about the selection process for Administrative Law Judges (ALJs), the duties the office entails and the benefits of working for the federal government. He also provided the students with information about the ALJs' hiring process for interns and post-graduate law clerks. With federal government employment at a premium, we thought it was a great time to have someone as accomplished as Judge Voisin share with the students his background and experiences. The students also had the opportunity to ask him questions and to learn more about the Social Security Administration Office of Adjudication and Review.
Government counselor Amanda Moeller and judicial clerkship advisor Katie O'Leary combined forces to produce a handbook detailing the application procedures of a variety of federal agencies utilizing ALJs to assist students in applying for these coveted positions. We are hopeful that this resource, along with Judge Voisin's wisdom and guidance, will encourage TLS students to explore federal government opportunities with ALJs.
Tulane Law School is very fortunate to have a wonderful community of prestigious alumni like Judge Voisin who are actively involved with TLS students.
Assistant Director, Judicial Clerkships