Approx. Annual $48,223
Minimum of two (2) successfully completed years at an accredited law school.
Note- Judicial Advisory Assistants are appointed by, and work directly for, a judge. The term of employment is determined solely by the appointing judge. Employment may be terminated at any time for any reason. Judicial Advisory Assistants shall not establish any employment rights to any other County or Court positions.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of court procedures and practices;
Knowledge of, and ability to utilize, reference materials and resources;
Ability to research, prepare and write legal briefs, opinions, analyses, reports and evaluations of legal matters and subjects;
Ability to advise judges through the evaluation and review of materials submitted;
Ability to analyze and interpret laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, legal opinions and decisions;
Ability to correlate information with assigned legal problems and issues of an intricate and complicated nature;
Ability to operate a personal computer;
Ability to deal effectively with attorneys, litigants and other members of the public with courtesy and tact;
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
Ability to attend work regularly and work under stressful conditions;
Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships.