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Case Administrator

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Case administrators are the “face” of the court to much of the public and attorneys who practice in the court. Individuals join this staff position and train on the job. They may

  • maintain and process case information
  • manage the progression of civil and criminal cases from opening to final disposition
  • review court documents for conformity with federal and local rules
  • prepare cases for closing by ensuring that all necessary court orders are entered and proceedings are completed accurately and on time.

Case processing procedures for case administrators are well defined but take some time to learn. Good customer service skills and ease with word processing and automation systems and equipment are important skills for this job.