Trial Court Law Clerks
The Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Trial Court Law Clerks (also known as staff attorneys) work within the Office of General Counsel providing legal research and trial support to the judiciary. Trial Court Law Clerks perform a variety of functions for the judiciary in both the county and circuit trial courts as well as the circuit appellate courts. The Trial Court Law Clerks work across the civil, criminal, family, juvenile and probate divisions. The trial court law clerks come from a variety of schools across the country. For more information see our listing of law schools.
For more information about the Trial Court Law Clerks, please read the Circuit Courier excerpts located below. To learn more about the current Trial Court Law Clerks, click on the link underneath their pictures to view their biographies. Applications for the next 2 year term are usually available on the circuit's website in late December/early January.
Circuit Courier Excerpts
To see articles on the law clerk program, click here.