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Temporary Assistant Clerks

Applications are accepted on a continuing basis for all Judicial Districts. Minimum qualification:  A law school degree. The position involves a wide variety of duties including courtroom clerk, jury clerk, caseflow, scheduling pretrials, calendars and other responsibilities as assigned. Compensation is $18.50 per hour with a maximum of 70 hours during a two week pay period. Group health and life insurance is available after six months of full time employment.

Send a resume at any time to the Chief Clerk in each Judicial District in which you are interested. List of Chief Clerks and their addresses by Judicial District.

Nonjudicial officers include arbitrators, attorney trial referees, fact finders, magistrates and small claims commissioners. Some positions are compensated, others are on a volunteer basis. List of nonjudicial officers, their qualifications, duties, compensation and authority.

 

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