Careers in the Court System
This book discusses a wide variety of jobs in the U.S. court system, from court reporter to judge, examining each one in detail. The author includes extensive commentary on the responsibilities of the position, the work environment, and the skills and education needed. Includes profiles of noteworthy individuals who serve as good examples of the rewarding careers that are possible within the court system.
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