Judicial law clerk earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Judicial law clerk salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Arkansas $57,530
Arizona $39,570
California $66,050
Colorado $58,300
Connecticut $78,610
Florida $46,340
Georgia $53,870
Iowa $67,670
Idaho $55,660
Illinois $71,330
Indiana $34,600
Kansas $33,940
Kentucky $30,180
Louisiana $38,320
Maryland $59,960
Maine $46,210
Michigan $47,470
Minnesota $53,940
Missouri $47,900
Mississippi $28,800
Montana $36,260
North Dakota $69,730
New Jersey $49,170
Nevada $70,370
New York $131,580
Ohio $52,320
Oklahoma $70,090
Oregon $52,830
Pennsylvania $39,430
South Carolina $35,420
Tennessee $56,090
Texas $45,990
Utah $36,890
Virginia $52,620
Washington $57,670
Wisconsin $44,570
West Virginia $58,390

How do judicial law clerk salaries compare to similar careers?

Judicial law clerks earn 8% less than similar careers in Tennessee. On average, they make less than customs inspectors but more than sheriffs.

Career Median Salary
Customs inspector salary $58K
Special agent salary $58K
Detective salary $58K
Arbitrator salary $61K
Coroner salary $55K
Judicial law clerk salary $56K
Court reporter salary $57K
Forensic science technician salary $50K
Paralegal salary $46K
Sheriff salary $44K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)