April 2014


• Chief Justice Hugh P.


Chief Justice focuses first State of Judiciary Address on Access to Justice

Speaking to a joint session of the Georgia General Assembly, Chief Justice Hugh P.


Judge Delivers Flags to State Appellate Courts

Many of the state’s judges are veterans or current members of the military.  One such example is Judge Ural Glanville, Superior Court Atlanta Judicial Circuit.  Judge Glanville began his judicial service in 1996 as a magistrate in Fulton County, and then was elected to the superior court bench in 2004.


New online registration system streamlines certifications

One vital component to the judicial system is the certification and licensing of professionals who work in and around the state’s courtrooms.  The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is responsible for certifying and licensing close to 5,000 of those professionals.



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Administrative Office of the Courts 244 Washington Street, SW Suite 300 Atlanta, GA  30334

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