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Probate Court Law Clerk Internship

Meriwether County

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GCIP/ Probate Court Law Clerk Internship

Meriwether County Board of Commissioners

Reports to:  Probate Judge       Department: Probate

Classification: Non-Exempt                      

If interested, please apply at the Meriwether County Administration office at 17234 Roosevelt Hwy. Bldg. B, Greenville, GA 30222 or online at  You may also send your resume directly to Valerie Chambers, HR Director, at

This assignment is from May 1, 2023 to August 31, 2023.  The student is required to work a minimum of 15 hours per week. The pay rate is $12.00 per hour.

Job Summary

The purpose of this internship is to assist the probate judge in preparing for civil and criminal cases in both probate and superior court. This is an ideal position for college students interested in law school as a career path or a law student.

The intern will have the opportunity to see the practice of law first-hand by researching cases, interacting with lawyers and court staff, and observing the role of witnesses and evidence in court proceedings. The intern will also participate in the routine side of court operations, including issuance of licenses and permits.

Over the course of the internship, the intern will see a case from start to finish from the time it is filed until the case is resolved in court. Additionally, the intern will be exposed to all aspects of litigation and how legal decisions are made in both criminal and civil cases. 

Essential Functions

Duties include:

 * Preparation of files for both pre and post court proceedings, which includes interacting with lawyers, the district attorney, and pro se litigants;

* Providing research assistance on court matters as assigned by the judge;

* Assisting with the issuance of marriage licenses and gun permits; and

* General assistance to the judge on all aspects of litigation which will allow the intern to actively observe court proceedings.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required for Job Performance

Must be an undergraduate or graduate student, a recent college graduate, or a law student.

Must be able to speak and write in the English language and have good verbal and written communication skills.

Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Working Conditions/Physical Demands                                                                  This assignment is usually done in an office setting and is typically performed while sitting at a desk and intermittingly standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching, or walking. This assignment may require lifting objects up to 30 lbs. without accommodation.

Meriwether County is an Equal Opportunity Employer




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