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King County Superior Court Clerk Honored as Court Manager of the YearMay 23, 2005
King County Superior Court Clerk Barbara Miner was recently named as Washington State’s 2005 Court Manager of the Year. The award is presented by the Court Management Council, a statewide forum of court officials that work to enhance the administration of courts.
Having served as the clerk in King County since 2000, Miner was nominated for her leadership role in several areas relating to the administration of justice, including the establishment of statewide electronic filing standards and rules and assisting with the transition of electronic court records in King County.
“Her leadership is demonstrated in many ways,” said King County Presiding Judge Richard Eadie. “She has a vision for a better clerk’s office, a better court and a better world…she is truly a leader with in our state courts system and we are honored to have her working with King County Superior Court.”
In nominating her for the award, Court of Appeals Division One Administrator/Clerk Richard Johnson noted that her service on numerous task forces and boards reflect her “commitment to enhancing the administration of justice, improving access to justice and instilling public trust and confidence in Washington’s courts.”
The Court Manager of the Year Award has been presented since 1991 to recognize a full-time manager who has served Washington courts for at least five years and has made significant contributions to the court community. Miner has worked in courts in Washington for nearly 15 years, the past five as the King County Superior Court Clerk.
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