LAR 3. STAFF POSITIONS (a) Court Reporter. There shall be at least one official reporter, selected by a majority of the judges, appointed and serving in the manner, and performing the functions, prescribed by law. (b) Court Administrator. The administrative operation of the court will be coordinated by a Court Administrator, appointed by the judges and serving at their pleasure. The Court Administrator will schedule all court calendars, and perform such other duties as the Presiding Judge may from time to time direct. (c) Interpreter Coordinator and Arbitration Administrator. The court shall employ an Interpreter Coordinator, who shall be certified by the Administrative Office for the Courts as an interpreter in the Spanish language. The Interpreter Coordinator will attend court proceedings when directed by a judge, and will arrange for the retention and assignment of other interpreters as the business of the court may require. The Interpreter Coordinator may be permitted, by written policies of the court, to perform interpretation services for private party litigants. The Interpreter Coordinator may, when directed by the judges of the court, also serve as Arbitration Administrator, as provided in the Local Rules for Mandatory Arbitration. (d) Jury Administrator. The court shall employ a Jury Administrator to perform all administrative functions necessary for calling, selecting, and compensating petit jurors. (e) Other Staff. The judges may appoint such other staff, including assistants, bailiffs, deputies and others, as may from time to time be necessary to the efficient operation of the court. [Adopted April 1, 1997; amended 2005; amended effective September 1, 2012]
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