As the highest court in Arizona, the Supreme Court has administrative supervision over all the courts in the state in addition to its constitutional duties to hear cases and provide rules of procedure. The offices below support the work of the Court and assist the Chief Justice with administrative duties:
- The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is comprised of the Executive Office and eight divisions which provide support and services, including automated solutions statewide; budget preparation and and submission to the State Legislature; regulation of attorneys and other court-related professions; administration of certification and licensing programs, such as defensive driving schools and instructors; as well as the administration of juvenile justice, and adult probation programs and services; the Foster Care Review Board; and providing assistance in implementing court rules and procedures.
- The Clerk of the Court's Office receives and processes documents filed with the Supreme Court, publishes the Court's decisions, assists in scheduling oral arguments, and provides bailiff services.
- The Staff Attorneys Office assists the Justices with the handling and processing of the Court's caseloads, and they may represent the Court of various judicial and State Bar committees.
If you are looking for challenging work where you can make a difference, the Arizona Supreme Court has opportunities for you to grow and serve.