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To contact any member of the judicial college staff, please call (662) 915-5955.
Has administrative, budget, and oversight responsibilities for all Judicial College operations, and serves as liaison with the University and the Law Center, the legislature, and constituent-trainee groups.
Assists Linda Beasley with pre-conference preparations, registrations, and other logistical aspects of all training for court reporters, chancery clerks, circuit clerks, justice court clerks and municipal court clerks.
Responsible for the training of court reporters and all court personnel (chancery clerks, circuit clerks, justice court clerks, and municipal court clerks).
Responsible for drafting and updating the Training Manual for Mississippi Justice Courts, Training Manual for Mississippi Justice Court Clerks, Training Manual for Mississippi Municipal Courts, Training Manual for Mississippi Municipal Clerks, Handbook for Mississippi Youth Courts, and Manual for Mississippi Court Administrators.
Responsible for drafting and updating the Chancery Court Judges Benchbook, the Circuit Court Judges Benchbook, the Chancery Court Clerk Handbook, the Circuit Court Clerk Handbook, and the Mississippi Model Jury Instructions – Civil and Criminal.
>Krista Poynor, Administrative Secretary
Assists the administrative coordinator with personnel and accounting matters, serves as secretary to the director, serves as department webmaster, and handles the judicial college switchboards.
Ramey Smith, Program Coordinator
Assists Michael Wright with pre-conference preparations, registrations, and other logistical aspects of all training of supreme court justices, court of appeals, circuit, chancery, county, justice, and municipal court judges.
Serves as administrative assistant to the director on personnel and budget matters; serves as liaison with the University’s accounting office on purchasing and bids.
Responsible for the training of trial and appellate judges, justice, municipal, and youth courts. Duties also include maintaining Continuing Judicial Education (CJE) hours for state judiciary.