The Supreme Court has posted notice of a job opening for a “Chambers Attorney or Law Clerk on the personal staff of Justice Patricia Guerrero.” Justice Guerrero was sworn in five weeks ago.

Among other things, the attorney or clerk is expected to “draft clear, well-written memoranda and proposed opinions; and make recommendations to the Justice on the resolution of legal issues presented in cases before the court.” However, the posting warns, “Justice Guerrero directs, reviews, and edits all her staff’s work,” “the applicant must anticipate that all written work will be extensively revised by Justice Guerrero,” and “[t]he individual’s work will be reviewed and critiqued by other attorneys on the Justice’s staff, and by the other justices and their staffs.”