Clerkship may refer to:
- Clinical clerkship - a period of medical education in which students (medical, nursing, dental, or otherwise)– practice medicine under the supervision of a health practitioner.
- Clerkship (medicine) - clinical training for physicians in training during the second half of medical school
- a law clerk or
- a clerk of court
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Clerkship — Clerk ship, n. State, quality, or business of a clerk. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
clerkship — n. The period spent working as a law clerk. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 … Law dictionary
clerkship — clerk ► NOUN 1) a person employed in an office or bank to keep records or accounts and to undertake other routine administrative duties. 2) an official in charge of the records of a local council or court. 3) a senior official in Parliament. 4) a … English terms dictionary
clerkship — noun see clerk I … New Collegiate Dictionary
clerkship — See clerkdom. * * * … Universalium
clerkship — noun a) The state or business of a clerk b) A temporary job of assisting a judge in writing legal opinions, generally available to a beginning attorney for one to two years … Wiktionary
clerkship — clerk·ship .ship n a course of clinical medical training in a specialty (as pediatrics, internal medicine, or psychiatry) that usu. lasts a minimum of several weeks and takes place during the third or fourth year of medical school <third year… … Medical dictionary
clerkship — clerkÂ·ship || klÉœrkÊƒÉªp / klÉ‘Ëk n. position or rank of clerk … English contemporary dictionary
clerkship — clerk·ship … English syllables
clerkship — clerk (klûrk) n. 1. A person who works in an office performing such tasks as keeping records, attending to correspondence, or filing. 2. a) A person who keeps the records and performs the regular business of a court, legislative body, or… … Word Histories