Court Orderly

Also known as Court Attendant, Court Officer.
Provides operational support to a court or registry.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $52,298
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 200

What does a Court Orderly do?

  • listing actions for hearing and processing documentation for court actions
  • documenting details of court proceedings, actions and decisions
  • enforcing the law as an officer of the court by executing court orders such as eviction notices
  • serving legal orders and documents such as summonses and subpoenas
  • organising jury and witness lists, and summonsing and swearing in juries and witnesses
  • maintaining order in court and hearing rooms and adjacent areas
  • assisting Solicitors in areas of conveyancing, contracts, common law, probate and other legal practice matters
  • satisfying statutory requirements, establishing beneficial entitlements and distributing assets

Specialisations

  • Court Usher

Related courses

Government-subsidised training is marked with this symbol
Certificate IV in Crime and Justice Studies