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Title: Assistant Deputy Court Administrator - Legal Counsel
Pay Grade: Senior Management 2
Starting Pay: Commensurate With Experience
Departmental Mission Statement:
The Superior Court, the trial court of general jurisdiction for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is committed to delivering high quality justice in a timely and fair manner in accordance with the rule of law.
Position Summary: The Assistant Deputy Court Administrator-Legal Counsel provides specialized administrative oversight and legal support to the Administrative Office of the Superior Court (AOSC) and the Superior Court Department. The Assistant Deputy Court Administrator-Legal Counsel assists the Chief Justice and the Deputy Court Administrator on legal matters, researches legal questions, writes memoranda, develops procedures and rules, analyzes legal and administrative issues, drafts regulations and proposed legislation, and develops and implements uniform case processing practices and programs related to effective case management and Trial Court best practices.
The Assistant Deputy Court Administrator-Legal Counsel receives general direction from the Chief Justice and the Deputy Court Administrator of the Superior Court Department.
Duties: The position of Assistant Deputy Court Administrator-Legal Counsel provides specialized administrative oversight and legal support to the Administrative Office of the Superior Court (AOSC) and the Superior Court Department. The role requires considerable independent judgment in making important decisions, sometimes with limited procedural and policy guidelines.
Minimum Requirements: These are the minimum requirements necessary to apply for a position of Assistant Deputy Court Administrator-Legal Counsel:
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