Office of the Clerk of Court

About the Clerk of Court

The clerk of the federal district court is appointed by the court’s judges and serves as the chief executive officer of the court, managing all of its non-judicial functions, such as:

  • Case processing systems
  • Jury administration
  • Implementation of local rules
  • Information technology infrastructure and systems
  • Storage and archiving of court records
  • Financial management and accounting
  • Real property acquisition, space construction & facilities maintenance
  • Personnel administration
  • Strategic planning
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Criminal Justice Act administration
  • Emergency response & continuity of operations planning