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Loudoun Circuit Court Clerk Announces Changes to Management Team
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Loudoun Circuit Court Clerk Announces Changes to Management Team

Gary M. Clemens, clerk of the circuit court, has announced some recent changes to his  management team.  Several deputy clerks were recently promoted to management-level  positions.

Kimberly Walker was promoted to the position of manager of the civil case management division.  The civil case management division is responsible for the receipt of new  lawsuits, issuance of subpoenas, the retention of civil court files, filing of all legal pleadings,  assisting the public with requests related to civil cases and many other responsibilities.   Walker has worked in the clerk’s office for the past six years starting in the file room as a team  leader and most recently as the criminal division manager.  This position is very challenging as  the volume of civil court cases has increased by 18% in the past year.

Steven Thompson, an information technology deputy clerk for the past four years, was  promoted as the systems administrator for the clerk’s office.  In this role, Thompson is  responsible for the management and oversight of all of the clerk’s technology systems including  the deed recording system, financial management systems, digital scanning systems, digital court docket systems and the office website.  Additionally, Thompson provides information  technology support to the circuit court judges and coordinates technology projects in the  courtrooms.

Sandra Shifflett was promoted to the position of manager for criminal case management division.   Shifflett has served as a deputy clerk in the land records division for the past 13  years.  She was instrumental in the land records division when new digital technologies and  financial systems were introduced in the land records operations.  The criminal case management division will face many challenges and opportunities as new digital technology is  introduced to commence digital retention of criminal court records. 

The clerk of the circuit court reminds all citizens in Loudoun County that there are three courts in Loudoun County which include the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, the General District Court and the Circuit Court.  For information about each of these courts, please visit the Supreme Court website at www.courts.va.us.  This website provides a good overview of the

courts system in Virginia.  For specific information about the circuit court clerk’s office, Clemens encourages citizens to view his office website at www.loudoun.gov/clerk

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