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Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Sears has appointed Superior Court Clerk of Pike County Williams to the Judicial Council of Georgia’s JWAC

On January 15, 2009, Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears has appointed Superior Court Clerk of Pike County Carolyn Williams to the Judicial Council of Georgia’s Judicial Workload Assessment Committee (JWAC). JWAC is chaired by Presiding Justice Carol W. Hunstein of the Supreme Court of Georgia and is charged with the development and analysis of methodologies to appropriately monitor judicial resources for the state. Included in this charge is the development of a process of caseload analysis to determine the need for additional Superior Court Judges. Ms. Williams brings to this committee a great understanding of the judicial process and court operations. She has 20 years of experience as a ClerkofSuperior Court. She currently serves as President of the Superior Court Clerk’s Association of Georgia, and as a member of the Georgia Courts Automation Commission. The 24-member Judicial Council of Georgia meets three times yearly to act on policy and administrative matters of the judiciary. Judges of the appellate and trial courts at all levels are represented on the Council.

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