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New trial court management director needed

Michael W. Hoskins
January 1, 2007
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Someone new will soon be overseeing aspects of Indiana's trial court management.

Colleen O'Brien, who'd served as executive director of trial court management for about a year and been with the Supreme Court's State Court Administration division for about two years, has taken a position as a staff attorney with the Indiana Court of Appeals.

The person chosen for this high-level court position will be responsible for overseeing duties relating to the operation of Indiana's trial courts, including the administration of a data collection system and the application of a weighted caseload measures system, according to State Court Administration's Chief Deputy Executive Director David Remondini.

Court officials expect to interview candidates in June and hire O'Brien's successor as soon as possible, Remondini said. The position's salary ranges from the high $60,000's to low $70,000's, depending on qualifications.
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