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Ms. Sherri R. Carter

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Employment History

  • Clerk
    U.S. District Court
  • District Court Executive
    U.S. District Court
  • Executive Officer and Clerk of Court
    U.S. District Court
  • Trial Court Executive
    State of Utah
  • Court Executive Officer
    Riverside County
  • Executive Director of Court System
    Riverside County
  • Executive Officer and Clerk
    Superior Court
  • Court Executive Officer
    Riverside Superior Court
  • District Court Executive


  • Bachelor of Science degree , Business Administration
    University of California
22 Total References
Web References
Federal Bar Association -- Los Angeles, 19 Oct 2007 [cached]
Sherri R. Carter is clerk of the United States District Court, Central District of California.
L.A. Superior Court Judges Elect New Court Executive Officer/Clerk - Kern Legal Services, Inc. [cached]
Judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court overwhelmingly voted to appoint veteran court executive Sherri R. Carter as their Executive Officer/Clerk, succeeding John A. Clarke, who retired March 31, 2013.
Carter is presently the Court Executive Officer for the Riverside Superior Court. She also served as the Executive Officer and Clerk of Court of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, the largest federal district in the nation, and as the Trial Court Executive and Clerk of Court for the Eighth Circuit Court for the State of Utah. She graduated summa cum laude with a degree in business administration from the University of California at Riverside.
"I could not be more pleased to announce that Sherri Carter is our new executive officer," said Presiding Judge David S. Wesley.
Assistant Presiding Judge Carolyn Kuhl said, "Those who have worked with Ms. Carter emphasize her strong leadership abilities and the fact that her leadership style is inclusive and teamwork oriented.
William Mitchell will continue to serve as Interim CEO until Carter takes office on Sept. 4, 2013.
OCBA - News of the Bar, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
The general order will be available on the court's website beginning July 1, 2005. -Sherri R. Carter, District Court Executive, United States District Court, Central District of California
Technological Advancements in District Court Helps Attorneys Get the Job Done, 1 June 1999 [cached]
Sherri R. Carter was appointed District Court Executive in 1998 and Clerk of Court in 1996.She previously served as Chief Deputy Clerk.Prior to working for the federal court, she served as Trial Court Executive for the State of Utah.She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of California.
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"We have actually been preparing the ..., 29 July 2009 [cached]
"We have actually been preparing the court for a really bad two or three years of budgets," Riverside County Court Executive Officer Sherri R. Carter said .
She said staff reductions such as dropping some management positions had eliminated about 70 jobs. "We are hopeful that we will not have any additional layoffs," she said.
Riverside County courts have also instituted new fees, such as charging for court documents once available for free on the Internet and establishing a fax fee for attorneys to file documents at remote courts.
Riverside County courts currently have about 1,100 workers, down from 1,200 late last year.
Carter said while some workers may take voluntary furloughs on court closure days, others may choose to work the nonpublic day and catch up on filing and other clerical and paperwork backlogs.
"There is so much work I am worried that if we have one more day off a month we are going to drown and never catch up," Carter said.
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