A resume for Judicial Assistant position is a formal timeline of your skills, education, relevant experiences and qualifications. It is not inevitably a complete listing of the whole things that you have done.

In its place, it should give the employer a brief, truthful and affirmative impression. It also should be expressive, pleasing and to the point because employers usually do not spend more than a few minutes primarily reviewing it.

Judicial Assistant Job Description

Judicial assistants work in either state courts or federal courts depending on their individual settings. They may be required to perform clerical or administrative duties depending on their job description. This is usually an entry level position.

A typical resume for a judicial assistant should look something like this:


Judicial Assistant Resume Example

May Jones
562 Sycamore Circle, Carrolton, KY 39836
(569) 999-9099, Email

A Judicial Assistant position with the Office of Carrolton utilizing keen administrative skills in order to organize a smooth flow of official operations.

St Louis law College, Great Falls, MT
Associate Degree in Criminal Justice – 2011
GPA: 3.7

• Functional knowledge of providing support services as a Judicial Assistant
• Good knowhow of managing both secretarial and clerical aspects of this job
• Exceptional comprehension of operating equipment pertinent to the position
• Some information base of basic functions of state and federal courts

• Good knowledge of court systems and procedures
• Excellent organizational skills
• Ability to work on a rotating shift
• Demonstrated ability to communicate well in writing and orally
• Able to work under minimal supervision
• Excellent multitasking skills

• Courtroom preparation
• Recording outcomes
• Attending hearings
• Making records
• Jury management
• Administering oaths
• Marking exhibits
• Preparing & distributing orders
• Pre-case related work

Summer 2011
State of Montana – Great Falls, MT
Judicial Assistant Intern
• Filed and copied correspondence
• Answered questions about court proceedings
• Issued court orders
• Transcribed court correspondence
• Managed schedule trials, motions and court hearings