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Supreme Court Hiring Staff Attorney

The Supreme Court of North Carolina has another job opening, this time for a Staff Attorney.  The person selected will not only assist with the Court’s written opinions but will also be involved with rules, administrative orders, and training.  More information, including a link to the online application, can be found here.

But hurry–the application period closes next Wednesday (July 17th).

–Kip Nelson

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2 Responses to "Supreme Court Hiring Staff Attorney"

  • Curiously Curious
    July 9, 2019 - 4:04 pm Reply

    What is the difference between a Staff Attorney and a clerk? It sounds like several of the job duties would overlap.

  • Answering the above question
    July 9, 2019 - 4:12 pm Reply

    A clerk works for a specific justice. The Staff Attorney works for the Court, reviewing and editing all opinions before they are filed. The Staff Attorney also works on other tasks, such as maintaining/updating the Rules of Appellate Procedure and drafting orders, that are the work product of the Court as a whole as opposed to an individual justice.

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