RESTANI, JANE A., Senior Judge, U.S. Court of International Trade, One Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278-0001, appointed by President Ronald Reagan on November 16, 1983. Born 1948 in San Francisco, CA.
Education: University of California at Berkeley, 1969, B.A. (with distinction); University of California at Davis, 1973, J.D., articles editor, Law Review, Order of Coif, Phi Kappa Phi.
Career Record: 1973-76, trial attorney, Attorney General's Honor Program, 1976-80, Assistant Chief, Commercial Litigation Section, 1980-83, Director, Commercial Litigation Branch, all with Civil Division, Department of Justice. Admitted to California Supreme Court Bar, 1973. Member of the Judicial Conference of the United States, 2003-2010, Member of the Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States, 2010, Chief Judge, 2003-2010.
Collin Mathias, Boston University School of Law
Daniel Martin, New York University School of Law
Amy Hayes, Harvard Law School
Clerks hired each year for one or two-year clerkship commencing September. Applicants must submit cover letter, resume, undergraduate and law school transcripts, two letters of reference and one writing sample. Law review or other writing experience and an interest in international trade are considered in ranking applicants. Must be willing to travel for circuit court work. Applicants having access to the On-Line System for Clerkship Application and Review (OSCAR) should file their application materials electronically.
Judge Restani accepts applications for interns. Interns will work directly for law clerks, performing legal research and writing for international trade and circuit cases. Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter detailing your interest in international trade or other work of the court, copy of law school transcript, and legal writing sample. All internships are unpaid positions. Summer intern applicants must also submit a copy of their undergraduate transcript. Chambers does not accept applications from current LLM students.
Positions are filled on a rolling basis, but decisions are generally made around November 1 for spring applicants, February 1 for summer applicants, and August 1 for fall applicants.
Candidates must submit their applications by mail to: Chambers of Senior Judge Jane A. Restani, U.S. Court of International Trade, One Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278-0001. On the outside of the envelope, include the following notation: "INTERNSHIP APPLICATION."