Judicial Law Clerk CV Example


Judicial Law Clerks are responsible for drafting legal memoranda, orders and legal advices released by lawyers.  They analyze statutes, regulations and issues that are crucial for the lawyers to study for specific cases.  Judicial Law Clerks prepare documents with meticulous attention to details and must do some extensive research from the records of the office and other sources of information.  They may also be asked to annotate laws, make sound recommendations for further reviews and implement tasks required by their lawyer.

Judicial Law Clerk CV Example

Gene Harper

Conybere Street, Birmingham

West Midlands, B14 0YL

Phone:  123-4567-8901

gharper@yahoo.com

Career Objective

I am a professional who can implement legal research and other related administrative work efficiently.  I have excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to direct all activities toward desired goals.  I am also knowledgeable in legal activities as well as law provisions.

Professional Qualification

2006 – Present:  Judicial Law Clerk, Brownman Legal Services

  • Prepared memoranda, opinions and orders for the judge efficiently and promptly
  • Made reviews and studies on cases on hand and prepared reports for the lawyers
  • Managed information by using a computer based information management system
  • Annotates laws, court decision and documents for review by the judge
  • Complied references on laws and decisions for legal decision-making and actions

2004 – 2006: Legal Secretary, Innovative Law Office

  • Meets with clients, gather information and process documents for applications and registrations
  • Prepares reports, briefs and research materials for the attorney
  • Handles web search and data analyses for different cases
  • Facilitates and moderates meeting and appointments between clients and attorneys

Education

2000 – 2004:  Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, Birmingham University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

Category: Legal CV'S

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