Court Clerks

Court Clerks

Perform clerical duties in court of law; prepare docket of cases to be called; secure information for judges; and contact witnesses, attorneys, and litigants to obtain information for court.

Key Competencies * Attention to Detail * Dependability * Cooperation * Integrity * Stress Tolerance * Self Control * Adaptability/Flexibility * Independence * Social Orientation * Concern for Others

Representative Tasks * Prepare dockets or calendars of cases to be called, using typewriters or computers. * Record court proceedings, using recording equipment, or record minutes of court proceedings, using stenotype machines or shorthand. * Record case dispositions, court orders, or arrangements made for payment of court fees.


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Sample Job Titles Appeals and Generalist Clerk, Appellate Court Clerk, Calendar/Docket Clerk, Case Clerk, Case Manager, Chief Deputy Clerk/Bailiff, Chief Deputy Court Clerk, Circuit Clerk, Circuit Court Clerk, Civil Clerk, Clerk, Clerk of Court, Clerk of Superior Court, Court Assistant, Court Attendant, Court Clerk, Court Crier, Court Operations Clerk, Court Specialist, Courtroom Clerk, Courtroom Deputy or Calendar Clerk, Deputy Clerk, Deputy Clerk of Court, Deputy Clerk of Superior Court, Deputy County Clerk, Deputy Court Clerk, Deputy Felony Clerk, District Clerk, Docket Clerk, Docketing Specialist, Judge's Clerk, Judicial Assistant, Law Clerk, Litigation Specialist, Minute Clerk, Minute Clerk for Basic Traffic, Probation Clerk, Process Server, Senior Court Office Assistant, Senior Courtroom Clerk, Sessions Clerk, Subpoena Server, Summons Server, Superior Court Clerk, Traffic Clerk, Warrant Clerk.