Washington State Supreme Court Clerk Announcement

04/14/2016 4:13 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

Reporting to the Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court, the Supreme Court Clerk maintains the court’s records, files and documents. The Clerk is also responsible for managing the court’s caseflow, including the preparation of its calendars, arranging for pro tem (temporary) judges and docketing all cases and papers filed. The Clerk supplies attorneys, opposing counsel and other appropriate counsel with copies of Supreme Court briefs, and records attorney admissions to the practice of law in Washington state. The Clerk also rules on costs in each case decided by the court, and may also rule on various other procedural motions. The Clerk directs and coordinates all of the activities of the Clerk’s Office, as outlined below. The Clerk serves at the pleasure of the justices. 


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