Run for Supreme Court Clerk in MA

Election Date: Sep 3, 2024
Filing Deadline: Jun 4, 2024

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Election Details

  • Office level: state
  • Length of term: 6 years
  • Commitment level: Full Time
  • Affiliation: partisan
  • Typical salary: $110,000/year
  • Filing period: Feb 13, 2024 - Jun 4, 2024
  • Positions:
    Massachusetts Clerk for the Commonwealth
    Massachusetts Clerk for the Commonwealth

Job description

The State Supreme Court Clerk is the lead case processing and records manager. The State Supreme Court Clerk is responsible for supporting the Court in its regulation of the practice of state law, ensuring that cases are scheduled and monitored correctly, maintaining active and closed files, and reporting statistics of the Court’s activity.

Eligibility requirements

Must be at least 18 years old and a registered and qualified voter in Massachusetts.

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