About This Chapter
1. Schools for Aspiring Court Clerks: How to Choose
Certificate, associate degree and bachelor's degree programs in legal assistance, office administration and criminal justice can give students the skills and professional knowledge needed to become a court clerk.
2. Judiciary Court Clerk: Job Description and Requirements
Judiciary court clerks require little formal education. Learn about the training, job duties and employment outlook to see if this is the right career for you.
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