A court clerk (British English clerk to the court; American English clerk of the court or clerk of court) is an officer of the court whose responsibilities include maintaining the records of a court. Another duty is to administer oaths to witnesses, jurors, and grand jurors. Traditionally, the clerk also was the custodian of the court's seal, which is used to authenticate copies of the court's orders, judgments and other records.
To become a Court Clerk, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent. A minimum of two years of office experience is preferred.
Court Clerks work inside an office and the court room.
1. Pros to a profession as a court clerk would be working with the public and providing a service to the community and court syestem with makes me proud. May 30th, 2012
2. Working within the court has always been a goal in my life, being able to be a part of court system September 21st, 2012
3. You get to see different people every day, different cases its not the same thing day to day which makes it interesting May 30th, 2012
1. If, I am selected, what is the safest and affordable location near the job.
2. Are there times that people come in and are irrate? what do i do in that situation?
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4. Is training available to further my career?
5. How do you determine if a court clerk has succeeded at their position?
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