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Top 50 Judicial Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Judicial Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Judicial Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 29.3% of Judicial Assistant resumes contained Court Hearings as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Judicial Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Judicial Assistant:

1. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated domestic violence restraining order court hearings with domestic violence prevention and response agency personnel.
  • Prepared correspondence and scheduled status conferences or court hearings as appropriate.
  • Ensured attorneys, litigants, Court staff and involved parties were present and prepared for Court hearings.
  • Prepare writs to bring prisoners from other jail or prisons to appear for court hearings.
  • Calendared court hearings for Paternity & Support docket and Juvenile Dependency & Neglect docket.
  • Maintain control of and act as custodian of exhibits during court hearings and trials.
  • Prepared weekly contempt citations and scheduled more than 6,250 future court hearings.
  • Calendared Mental Health court hearings, prepared docket and issued summons.
  • Managed calendar for Commissioner for Court hearings, travel and meetings.
  • Attend court hearings and generated records from court proceedings.
  • Attended hearings and made records of court hearings.
  • Schedule and calendar all court hearings and meetings
  • Set paternity and support court hearings.
  • Prepare files to attend court hearings to enter dispositions of case; customer service, answeringquestions for civil department.
  • Managed and prepared for distribution court calendars for trials,motions and other court hearings.
  • Instructed and interacted parties about timing of court appearances Transcribed court correspondence Managed schedule trials, motions and court hearings.

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2. Schedule Hearings

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Here's how Schedule Hearings is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule hearings for District Court Civil, Domestic and Criminal cases, according to bench assignment.
  • Schedule hearings based on case type and allotted time required and review calendar for available times.
  • Maintain the courts docket and schedule hearings as appropriate to the case type.
  • Coordinate and schedule hearings, trials, and other court matters.
  • Coordinated Judge's schedule with Attorneys to schedule hearings.
  • Schedule hearings for attorneys and probation officers.
  • schedule hearings, courtrooms and maintain calendars
  • Prepared and managed the General Magistrate's calendar to coordinateand schedule hearings, mediations, appointments, and other court matters.

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4. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Provided quality customer service to students, families, faculty, and staff at Tufts University.
  • Provided customer service to customers at the customer service counter and on the main switchboard.
  • Provide direct customer service to litigants in a crisis situation within a virtual courtroom environment.
  • Utilized excellent customer service skills when corresponding with the public, defendants, and attorneys.
  • Provide lead customer service by assisting public at the front counter and by telephone.
  • Provided excellent customer service, data entry, file maintenance, scheduling court proceedings.
  • Provide a superior level of customer service to the customers of the courts.
  • Provide front-line customer service in the courtroom on behalf of the judge.
  • Created and will be teaching a class on Excellent Customer Service.
  • Performed customer service skills, screened and welcomed visitors answered inquiries.
  • Organized, problem solves, and provides customer service.
  • Provided customer service to patrons of the court.
  • Provide customer service to court clients.
  • Coordinate court schedules and calendar Provide excellent customer service to the public to ensure satisfactory experience.
  • Provide customer service to the public to include attorneys, law enforcement, judicial officers, administration and co-workers.
  • Worked in record management, research, customer service counter, case processing, back-up water clerk, division support
  • Front counter/customer service, cash drawer and balancing, document filings and processing, data entry and verification.
  • Answered multi-phone lines, and provided excellent customer service.
  • Create files for court hearings set for the next day Secure courtroom Provide customer service to public and attorneys
  • Operate Self-hellp Center; customer service, pro-se assistance in court procedures.

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5. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained up to date records utilizing data entry so that other agencies may elicit correct information to keep their records correct.
  • Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development.
  • Provided customer service, data entry, file management, intake and disbursement of monies owed to the court.
  • Issue temporary and permanent orders of protection, data entry, prepare dockets and court files for court.
  • Scheduled court proceedings for defendants daily via data entry to ensure defendants were informed of their court appearance.
  • Performed data entry, managed payment information, and drafted letters and warrants for traffic violations.
  • Handled multifaceted clerical tasks (e.g., data entry, filing, records management).
  • Assisted in the final processing, data entry and filing of civil
  • Case management, data entry, and court receipting.
  • Assisted with extensive data entry.
  • Handled sensitive material in a professional manner to ensure proper data entry and delivery of legal documents between University and City officials
  • End of day balancing, set-up payment plans, prepare case files,data entry of photo radar Process Server services.
  • Manage all forms of correspondence and legal material, scheduling appointments andperforming data entry.
  • Process incoming mail for data entry.
  • Create court documents and other forms as needed Maintain court calendar Filing Public relations Mail Telephone Supplies Maintain office equipment Data Entry

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6. Attorney Calendar

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7. Family Law

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Here's how Family Law is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Attended Continuing Legal Education seminars including Criminal Law and Family Law.
  • Coordinate Magistrate s participation in outside events and submit travel reimbursement forms for attendance at bar luncheons and Family Law conferences.
  • Maintain knowledge of Florida Statutes as they pertain to family law, Child Support Enforcement, Injunctions and Probate.
  • Perform non-judicial statutory functions of the assigned courtroom in Family Law, Downtown Central Division.
  • Created, organized, and set up manuals and schematics for family law courtrooms.
  • Identify legal issues and corresponding court procedures relating to family lawproceedings.
  • Track progression of over 250 Family Law contested divorce and paternity cases.
  • Initiate legal processing duties in Criminal, Family Law, and Probate Maintain and manage office services .

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8. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Provided processing information/fee amounts, service information and non-suppressed/sealed case related documents to the General Public.
  • Worked with Attorneys and general public to assist in obtaining and processing files and pleadings relative to domestic issues.
  • Acted as liaison between judge and attorneys, staff, litigants, other agencies and the general public.
  • Managed incoming calls and provided assistance to the general public in a professional and positive manner.
  • Served as liaison between Judge and the Bar, Clerk's Office and the general public.
  • Explained court procedures or forms to parties in cases and the general public.
  • Prepared certified copies for the Court and general public, upon request.
  • Explain General Sessions Policies and Procedures to the Defendant and general public.
  • Provide information and guidance to general public.
  • Maintained archived as well as current suppressed and general public files for the Arapahoe District Court.

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9. Judicial Officers

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Here's how Judicial Officers is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • General office management including maintaining calendars, setting appointments, and providing administrative support to judicial officers.
  • Provided administrative support to eight elected judicial officers and one appointed court commissioner.
  • Result: Provides relief clerks with information of how each courtroom conducts their calendars to better assist Judicial Officers and the public
  • Communicate with the public, attorneys, police officers, Judicial Officers, and Probation Officers on a daily basis.
  • Acted as liaison between court staff, justice partners, domestic violence assistance agencies, and Judicial Officers.
  • Provide support to the Judicial Officers including obtaining and reviewing files, documents and subpoenaed records.
  • Respond to questions from judicial officers or court staff on general legal issues.
  • Scheduled appointments for judicial officers (meetings, training)
  • Arranged cases and files for Judicial Officers.
  • Controlled access to Judicial Officers.
  • Help judicial officers with files.

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10. Jury Instructions

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Here's how Jury Instructions is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted judge with cases, including appropriate citations, jury instructions, and research in various legal areas.
  • Created worksheets and updates as needed, using the Code of Virginia and Virginia Model Jury Instructions.
  • Compose and/or edit various correspondence, court orders, and jury instructions.
  • Prepare jury instructions for each trial that the Judge presides over.
  • Prepare all jury instructions for trial.
  • Prepare jury instructions, court orders and all memoranda.
  • Prepared Jury Instructions for court preceedings.

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11. Telephone Calls

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Here's how Telephone Calls is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Answered and prioritized a high volume of telephone calls; communicated procedural information to emotional callers.
  • Screened and processed telephone calls and written communications.
  • Screened telephone calls and visitors to Judges office, and if needed to directed to correct departments.
  • Screened telephone calls, transferred calls, relayed messages, and returned phone calls as necessary.
  • Receive and screen telephone calls, as well as screening visitors to the Judges' chambers.
  • Received, screened, and referred telephone calls and mail and facilitated visitors to chambers.
  • Received, screened, and referred telephone calls and in person visitors to chambers.
  • Assisted senior judicial assistant by receiving, screening and referring telephone calls and visitors.
  • Screened visitors and telephone calls and answered inquiries or referred them to appropriate personnel.
  • Screened over sixty telephone calls daily, provided information, and scheduled hearings.
  • Handled telephone calls with attorneys, courts, judges, etc.
  • Received, screened and directed all incoming visitors and telephone calls.
  • Receive telephone calls and visitors and respond to all inquiries.
  • Handled telephone calls to coordinate hearings with attorneys when needed
  • Receive all incoming and outgoing correspondence and telephone calls.
  • Screen all telephone calls and respond to inquiries.
  • Screen and route telephone calls when appropriate.
  • Receive and place telephone calls.
  • Answer telephone calls dealing with both attorneys and general public.
  • Answered inquires and refered clients to the appropriate personnel Receive and place telephone calls.

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12. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Take in search and inventory returns from law enforcement maintaining confidentiality.
  • Worked closely with judges, attorneys, law enforcement probation and parole, DCS, DHS, and inter courthouse personnel.
  • Worked closely with over ten different law enforcement agencies including the Alabama Bureau of Investigation to process search warrants, etc.
  • Collaborated with institutional staff, area law enforcement, mental health boards, county attorneys and treatment providers.
  • Assisted and supported both public and law enforcement agencies by phone and contact regarding inquires and court procedures.
  • Coordinated and worked closely with law enforcement, social service agencies and mental health providers.
  • Position required significant telephone work with the public, attorneys and law enforcement personnel.
  • Close interaction with attorneys, local law enforcement and the county prosecution.
  • Served as liaison between attorneys, law enforcement, and department heads.
  • Developed good working relationships with law enforcement, judges and community resources.
  • Notarize documents for the public, attorneys, and law enforcement.

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13. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Acted as supply officer; ordering all office supplies and coordinating maintenance on office equipment, computer and telecommunication equipment.
  • Ordered, managed and facilitated all communication in order to sustain all office supplies, office equipment and schedule repairs.
  • Perform administrative tasks, such as answering telephone calls, filing court documents, or maintaining office supplies or equipment.
  • Organize and Creates Purchase orders for all office supplies in Law Library.
  • Purchased office supplies, prepared expense purchase orders and submitted for approval.
  • Ordered office supplies and arranged for repair or maintenance of office equipment.
  • Procured office supplies, furniture and law books.
  • Prepare purchase orders and order office supplies.
  • Order office supplies as needed.

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14. Travel Arrangements

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Here's how Travel Arrangements is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Performed general secretarial duties, prepared travel arrangements and travel reimbursement vouchers.
  • Coordinated travel arrangements and completed reimbursement forms, served as office manager.
  • Make travel arrangements and prepare travel reimbursement vouchers.
  • Scheduled travel arrangements, prepared itineraries and vouchers.
  • Assisted in preparation of annual budget; Monitored incoming correspondence; Maintained files and personnel records; Made all travel arrangements.
  • Handled correspondence, phone calls, meetings, CLE requirement reporting, travel arrangements and expense reports for Judge.
  • Book and confirm travel arrangements for court and non-court related travel(conferences, seminars, workshops).
  • Managed Judge's court and personal calendars, made travel arrangements, prepared and filed expense reports.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements, training seminars, meetings, and other functions for the Circuit Court Judge.
  • Arranged Judge's travel arrangements and maintained personnel files, and prepared hearing notices
  • Maintain Judge's schedule while handling all travel arrangements and hotel reservations.
  • Make travel arrangements, including flights, ground transportation and hotel accommodations.
  • Maintained Judge's calendar, meeting schedule, and travel arrangements.
  • Coordinated court calendar and calendar events; all travel arrangements.
  • Complete travel arrangements and prepare travel vouchers.
  • Make travel arrangements for Judge and staff.
  • Scheduled all travel arrangements for judge.
  • Provide support for Circuit Criminal Judge Process incoming and outgoing correspondence Maintain files and calendars Make travel arrangements and related reservations

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15. Court Docket

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Here's how Court Docket is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Provided court docket information to attorneys for general inquiry and oral arguments.
  • Prepared court dockets, calendars and case files for Rule-11, civil, probate and Mental Health matters.
  • Assisted the judge on judicial matters, prepared and maintained court dockets, calendar, and files.
  • Scheduled all hearings and prepared all orders and daily court dockets for this Circuit Civil division.
  • Assisted Hearing Officer during court hearings with court docket, files, notes, etc.
  • Managed all facets of planning and scheduling associated with court dockets and hearings.
  • Prepared correspondence and memorandum, maintained Court docket books for opinion reviews.
  • Maintained case logs; maintain court docket; maintain master calendar.
  • Prepared court dockets, calendars for renewal, review and closure.
  • Maintained and distributed the court docket for a three county area.
  • Managed court docket for Superior Court Judge, Family Services Division.
  • Schedule and maintain court docket for assigned District Court Judge.
  • Created and maintained Judge's schedule and Court docket.
  • Maintained court dockets at the end of the month.
  • Prepared weekly court docket schedule and reports.
  • Prepared and distributes of the Court docket.
  • Prepared Court Docket and Located Court Files.
  • Coordinate filings of all court documents using the court docketing system (CP/CMS).
  • Maintain court docket as to status conferences, pre-trial conferences and trials.
  • Assisted with courtroom duties Clerked for Judge when needed Worked the traffic counter Pulled court dockets Filed on daily basis Experience

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16. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Managed a low level of court related phone calls daily while maintaining high levels of confidentiality unless given consent.
  • Served in an administrative capacity that assisted in answering phone calls, routing callers to appropriate staff members.
  • Managed all initial contact with judge s chambers, including in-person, phone calls, and mail.
  • Monitor the Judge's emails and screen all phone calls, heavy phone work.
  • Answered busy phones and returned phone calls in a timely, professional manner.
  • Answered phone calls and directed calls to appropriate parties or took messages.
  • Managed judge's calendar; scheduled meetings, conferences and telephone calls.
  • Received, screened, and referring telephone calls and visitors as appropriate.
  • Respond to all incoming phone calls and correspondence for assigned judge.
  • Screened all judicial phone calls; take messages as required.
  • Answered general incoming phone calls through a main switchboard system.
  • Answered phone calls daily, providing information to customers.
  • Greeted visitors, received phone calls/took messages.
  • Greeted visitors and directed telephone calls.
  • Answer phones and return phone calls.
  • Maintained calendar for client appointments and court appearances.answered and returned phone calls daily.
  • Receive telephone calls and visitors and personally resolve substantive questionsrequiring full knowledge of the business of the court.
  • Handle all phone calls regarding issues from attorneys, pro se'ers, along with other in-coming calls.
  • Edited routine correspondence Reviewed legal files Screened phone calls Prepared daily court documents Assisted for jury selection

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18. Minute Orders

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Here's how Minute Orders is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Performed numerous clerical duties that included administering all phone communication, creating minute orders for all cases and email management.
  • Take contemporaneous minute orders during court proceedings.
  • Provided courtroom assistance and drafted minute orders for hearings on discovery disputes, case management conferences, and court trials.
  • Maintained the official record of the court by taking notes at all hearings and trials and preparing minute orders.
  • Prepared Minute Orders for the court record pertaining to civil hearings, criminal proceedings, and trials.
  • Attended each session of the court, drafted minute orders, and maintained court records.
  • File retention per statute, destruction of documents and minute orders entered into cases.
  • Enter minute orders to provide accurate notes of court proceedings.
  • Record court proceedings and transcribe notes into minute orders.
  • Processed and filed various documents, orders and requests; recorded orders of the court by preparing minute orders.
  • Complete minute orders, enter sentences, and data entry codes in a timely manner.

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19. New Cases

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Here's how New Cases is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Enter criminal information from new cases into Eclipse database, including demographics, restraining orders, and bond information.
  • Assisted the public with filing documents, opening new cases, and answered questions at public window.
  • Performed data entry of all new cases and documents for the civil division of the court.
  • Open new cases, using proper coding and data integrity standards.
  • Maintained files on new cases filed with the court.
  • Accepted new cases and reviewed subsequent pleadings.

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20. File Maintenance

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Here's how File Maintenance is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Court calendar and file maintenance/resolution; floats between divisions to ensure coverage.
  • Provide direct customer service, data entry, file maintenance, and collect monies owed to the court.
  • File Maintenance, tracks and monitors files as prescribed and closes files according to policies and procedures.

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21. Arrest Warrants

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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Responded to defendant's questions, issued and maintained arrest warrants and court orders.
  • Take in arrest warrants from various agencies and assign them docket numbers.
  • Prepared correspondence and arrest warrants for judges.
  • Initiated new cases and arrest warrants.

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22. Small Claims

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Here's how Small Claims is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Observed and assisted court proceedings (Preliminary Examinations, Small Claims, Waivers, Landlord-Tenant, Plea Offers).
  • Filed cases of various types (Landlord-tenant, General Civil, Small Claims, etc.).

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23. Magistrates

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Here's how Magistrates is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Managed highly complex case processing and coordination for judicial activities for judges, magistrates and clerks of the court.
  • Communicated with trial lawyers, county clerks and magistrates on calendar scheduling, hearings and trial dates.
  • Provided secretarial service to the Judge and the clerk magistrates.
  • Ordered supplies for office staff, judges and magistrates.
  • Interacted directly with all courthouse judges and magistrates.
  • Process orders and motions signed by several magistrates.
  • Clerked for Judges, Senior Judges and Magistrates.
  • Assist Judges and Magistrates with legal documents.
  • Manage magistrates' timesheets, personnel reports, and related correspondence regarding such for all three counties within judicial district.
  • Prepare referrals to General Magistrates, Hearing Officers, and/or In-House Mediations.

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24. Minute Entries

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Here's how Minute Entries is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared audio records, minute entries, and maintained copies of court record.
  • Reviewed minute entries for accuracy, grammar, and punctuation for finalization.
  • Determine correct parties and agencies entitled to receive copies of minute entries.
  • Prepared and distributed minute entries and orders.
  • Compile minute entries and judgments.
  • Prepared and processed Court Orders -Minute Entries, Injunctions Against Harassments, Warrants, and Release Orders.

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25. Travel Vouchers

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Here's how Travel Vouchers is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Performed clerical tasks such as preparing reports; performing research; preparing correspondence and travel vouchers.
  • Processed travel vouchers for reimbursement of expenses, for conferences and meetings.
  • Coordinated judge's travel and prepared travel vouchers for reimbursement.
  • Prepared travel vouchers and a number of statistical reports.
  • Prepared travel and travel vouchers.

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26. High Volume

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Here's how High Volume is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Answered a high volume of phone calls Filed paperwork and organized computer-based information.
  • Managed extremely high volume criminal and civil courtrooms.
  • Coordinate administrative operations and functions in high volume of work, which includes prioritizing and shift between tasks.
  • Docket and document control including high volume of scheduling in civil and criminal matters.
  • Manage and maintain high volumes of judicial cases, schedule and set court proceedings.
  • Handle high volume customer contact, phones, and written requests.
  • Maintained an electronic date planner and high volume phone system.
  • Streamlined high volume phone inquiries and multiple email inboxes.
  • Answered high volume incoming calls and returned voicemails in a timely fashion.

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27. Law Library

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Here's how Law Library is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Place new legal resources on display; update resources, assist in keeping current legal material in the Law Library.
  • Maintained the Judge's law library, appointment calendar, inventory of equipment, personal records and legal files.
  • Assisted in maintenance of the Judge's law library, personal records, legal files, and calendars.
  • Assisted in maintenance of law library, inventory equipment, legal files and calendars.
  • File supplements and maintain other materials for the Judge's law library.
  • Ordered, purchased and shelved books for office law library.
  • Maintained and updated law library for Judge and law clerk
  • Maintained and updated the Judge's Chamber law library.
  • Updated and maintained law library.

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29. Child Support

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Here's how Child Support is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Developed operation protocol for criminal/civil child support enforcement division, which increased division's accuracy and efficiency.
  • Divorce, Legal Separation, Annulment, Custody, Child Support, Contempt of Court, Change of Venue.
  • Provided training via the County Child Support System, to educate employees in the process of court procedures.
  • Prepared audits on child support cases to obtain balances for back pay and amount due to clients.
  • Conducted weekly case management of all pending domestic relations and child support cases.
  • Monitored county child support cases for court ordered compliance.
  • Worked solo in the Child Support division.

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30. Front Counter

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Here's how Front Counter is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Front counter cashiering experience and setting up online fees on cases.

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31. Cm/Ecf

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Here's how Cm/Ecf is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Input docket entries to CM/ECF (court filing system), scheduled conferences, hearings, and other relevant court matters.
  • Filed orders, notices, and opinions in the Court's electronic case filing system (CM/ECF).
  • Docketed civil and criminal orders and reports in CM/ECF, attended hearings and conferences when needed.
  • Enter opinions and orders into the Court Management and Electronic Case Filing System (CM/ECF).
  • Recorded docket entries into CM/ECF, scheduled conferences, hearings and other relevant court matters.
  • Docketed necessary paperwork to be filed through CM/ECF on a daily basis.
  • Manage chambers Case Management/Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) Research, analyze, and prepare month-end reports and numerous administrative duties.

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32. Oversaw

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Here's how Oversaw is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Updated and oversaw juvenile profiles for over 75 individuals in connection with probation officers and members of the bar.
  • Organized and maintained case files, and oversaw primary case management system.

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33. Trial Preparation

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Here's how Trial Preparation is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Assist in jury and trial preparation for both civil and criminal matters.

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34. Court Policies

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Here's how Court Policies is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborated with inter-court departments to establish support for federal court policies and procedures in chambers.
  • Participate in the formulation of long and short range goals and development and implementation of court policies and procedures.
  • Received and receipted payment transactions per Denver County Court policies and procedures.
  • Follow Court policies and procedures pertaining to the Misdemeanor Department.
  • Assisted in the development of District Court policies and procedures.

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35. Pro SE Litigants

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Here's how Pro SE Litigants is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Act as liaison to assist and inform pro se litigants, attorneys, etc., concerning court policies and procedures.
  • Work with Pro Se litigants and Attorneys through phone conversation and in person for hearings and calendaring events.
  • Reviewed incoming case files submitted from the clerk with paperwork from law offices and pro se litigants.
  • Act as liaison between the Courts, Attorneys, law enforcement personnel and pro se Litigants.
  • Schedule motion hearings for attorneys and pro se litigants on the court s calendar.
  • Provided legal procedure to pro se litigants.

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36. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Assist in the development and implementation of current domestic violence and anti-harassment protection order petitions and preliminary jurisdiction screening.
  • Scheduled motions on SPIIRIT for criminal traffic cases as well as special set hearings on ODYSSEY for domestic violence cases.
  • Conducted legal research on civil cases including domestic violence, traffic violation, and marital dispute cases.
  • Worked directly with City Attorney, State Prosecutor, Domestic Violence Prosecutor and various police agencies.
  • Assisted the public with preparation of domestic violence restraining order requests, notices, and orders.

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37. Committee Meetings

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Here's how Committee Meetings is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Attended and participated in the Juvenile Automated Users (JAI), Juvenile Litigation and Court Services Supervisor committee meetings.
  • Prepare files for cases, motion dockets, committee meetings, Court and outside correspondence, and administrative matters.
  • Coordinate court appointed counsel committee meetings and provide appropriate documents to members.
  • Write agenda and minutes for committee meetings.
  • Coordinated and scheduled motions, pre-trial hearings, trials, conferences, and committee meetings.

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38. Administrative Office

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Here's how Administrative Office is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Determine court sessions, coordinate with the Administrative Office of the Courts concerning logistics of additional judges and/or court reporters.
  • Prepare and distribute the quarterly Statement of Matters undecided to the State Court Administrative Office (SCAO).
  • Joined the Administrative Office of Courts as a Judicial Assistant to a District Judge.
  • Prepared purchase orders and coordinated technical support for the Administrative Office of Courts.
  • Prepared annual reports regarding case management to the Administrative Office of Courts.
  • Maintain monthly case statistics and report to the Administrative Office.

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39. Scheduling Conflicts

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Here's how Scheduling Conflicts is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Acted as the Judge's liaison to resolve problems such as scheduling conflicts, posting bail, and outstanding arrest warrants.
  • Interact with attorneys, defendants and their family members to resolve problems such as scheduling conflicts or other case-related issues.
  • Interacted with attorneys as well as litigants, assisting with any scheduling conflicts or other case related issues.

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40. Expense Reports

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Here's how Expense Reports is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted Judicial Officer and provided case management, calendaring, travel and expense reports and various office administration duties.
  • Oversee and monitor administration of office budget, process expense reports.
  • Create expense reports and track reimbursements for travel.

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41. Pending Cases

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Here's how Pending Cases is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Managed judges' caseload including preparing orders, compiling list of pending cases and coordinating in-house services such as interpreters.
  • Conducted research concerning issues that arose from pending cases and provided summary.
  • Conducted legal research and prepared memoranda on pending cases.

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42. Administrative Functions

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Here's how Administrative Functions is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Executed administrative functions involving bookkeeping, file maintenance, and records management.
  • Organize and direct administrative functions in support of court activities in a traditional courtroom setting or an E-courtroom environment.
  • Executed confidential, legal and administrative functions, including data entry and case file maintenance.
  • Coordinate, plan and support daily operational and administrative functions/activities of the judge's office.

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43. Strict Confidentiality

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Here's how Strict Confidentiality is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and abide by the code of law and ethics set forth in the Court.
  • Review and prepare correspondence, reports, e-mails, and other documents observing strict confidentiality.
  • Prepared Court orders, correspondence, directives, notices and other documents observing strict confidentiality.
  • Compose and/or edit correspondence, memoranda, directives, notices, orders, e-mails, and other documents observing strict confidentiality.

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44. Traffic Tickets

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Here's how Traffic Tickets is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Processed traffic tickets, imputing them into the system, and assigning traffic dates.
  • Generated new cases in Eclipse for M, T and R traffic tickets.
  • Entered traffic tickets into the computer system.

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45. Pre-Trial Motions

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46. Confidential Information

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Here's how Confidential Information is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained positive public relations for both the Judge and the office and handled confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
  • Recorded, maintained and scheduled criminal court cases with special clearance to sensitive and confidential information.
  • Certify legal court documents, file, copy and fax non-confidential information also public relations.
  • Handle and process highly-confidential information: Department of Human Service reports; psychiatric review reports; pre-sentence investigation reports.
  • Created a database, resulting in access to critical and confidential information for appropriatestaff and streamlined office functioning.

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47. Proper Personnel

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Here's how Proper Personnel is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Handle phone calls, provide information, resolve issues, direct caller/visitor to proper personnel.
  • Provide information, resolve issues, direct callers/visitors to proper personnel or agency.

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48. Court Correspondence

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Here's how Court Correspondence is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Transcribed court correspondence; drafted and filed court documents.
  • Filed and copied correspondence, answered questions about court proceedings,transcribed court correspondence

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49. Appropriate Parties

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Here's how Appropriate Parties is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Update and renew Approved Mediators list and send to appropriate parties.
  • Review and forward any correspondence filed, refer to appropriate parties.
  • Provide trial notices and bond revocation notices to appropriate parties.
  • Assured copies went to the appropriate parties and/or agencies.

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50. Official Records

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Here's how Official Records is used in Judicial Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted Judges with all official records during civil trial court proceedings.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Judicial Assistant

Court Hearings

35.1%

Schedule Hearings

12.5%

Legal Documents

7.9%

Customer Service

5.1%

Data Entry

4.5%

Attorney Calendar

4.0%

Family Law

3.9%

General Public

2.7%

Judicial Officers

2.6%

Jury Instructions

2.6%

Telephone Calls

2.4%

Law Enforcement

2.4%

Office Supplies

2.4%

Travel Arrangements

2.3%

Court Docket

2.0%

Phone Calls

1.9%

Federal Courts

1.7%

Minute Orders

1.6%

New Cases

1.3%

File Maintenance

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Judicial Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Court Hearings 29.3%
2 Schedule Hearings 10.4%
3 Legal Documents 6.6%
4 Customer Service 4.2%
5 Data Entry 3.8%
6 Attorney Calendar 3.4%
7 Family Law 3.2%
8 General Public 2.2%
9 Judicial Officers 2.2%
10 Jury Instructions 2.1%
11 Telephone Calls 2.0%
12 Law Enforcement 2.0%
13 Office Supplies 2.0%
14 Travel Arrangements 1.9%
15 Court Docket 1.7%
16 Phone Calls 1.6%
17 Federal Courts 1.5%
18 Minute Orders 1.4%
19 New Cases 1.0%
20 File Maintenance 0.9%
21 Arrest Warrants 0.9%
22 Small Claims 0.8%
23 Magistrates 0.8%
24 Minute Entries 0.8%
25 Travel Vouchers 0.7%
26 High Volume 0.7%
27 Law Library 0.7%
28 Civil Litigation 0.7%
29 Child Support 0.6%
30 Front Counter 0.6%
31 Cm/Ecf 0.6%
32 Oversaw 0.5%
33 Trial Preparation 0.5%
34 Court Policies 0.5%
35 Pro SE Litigants 0.5%
36 Domestic Violence 0.5%
37 Committee Meetings 0.5%
38 Administrative Office 0.5%
39 Scheduling Conflicts 0.5%
40 Expense Reports 0.5%
41 Pending Cases 0.4%
42 Administrative Functions 0.4%
43 Strict Confidentiality 0.4%
44 Traffic Tickets 0.4%
45 Pre-Trial Motions 0.4%
46 Confidential Information 0.4%
47 Proper Personnel 0.4%
48 Court Correspondence 0.4%
49 Appropriate Parties 0.4%
50 Official Records 0.3%
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