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Directory of State Court Clerks and County Courthouses

  • Over 300 pages with up-to-date contact information for each state's supreme court, appellate court, and trial court clerks, including names, addresses, emails, and phone numbers
  • State judiciary websites, a listing of state attorneys general, state offices of vital statistics, and a state-by-state guide to obtaining corporate and UCC filings
  • Easy to read page design with official and exact titles for all listed officials
  • Updated with 213 new emails and 305 new contacts since publication of the 2016 edition

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Find the vital information you need in this comprehensive reference guide.

Fully updated, enhanced, and redesigned by Leadership Directories since 2014, after our purchase of the court directory previously published by CQ Press.

Updated right up to press time, it gives you quick access to the most currently available information on the court officials you need to reach. This edition continues to deliver all of the information of the previous CQ Press editions plus many added enhancements and improvements.

This annual directory provides:

  • Addresses, emails and phone numbers for clerks of state supreme courts, appellate courts, and trial courts

  • An organization chart for each state's judicial system, giving you a quick overview of the state's trial and appellate courts

  • Contact information for all county courthouses, including listings for both the clerk of court for the trial court and the county clerk

  • State supreme court chief justice and members of the court, supreme court clerks, court administrators, and secretaries of state

State courts and county courthouses are treasure-troves of vital information, from court records to property and tax records to probate files. The clerk of the trial court is the keeper of the records for that particular court, including all information related to decisions handed down by the court or the court calendar.

County clerks are typically responsible for record-keeping functions such as the recording of deeds, liens, and other property interests; tax assessment and collection; and probate matters.


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