Trial Court Administrators are hired by the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge and the Chief District Court Judge. This is a state-funded position established to improve the administration of justice through professional management. Twelve districts have trial court administrators who are responsible for carrying out the policies of the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge and Chief District Court Judge as well as providing general management for the operations of the court system in their districts.
The Trial Court Administrator's main function is civil case management, to assure that civil cases move through the court system as efficiently and expeditiously as possible. They keep track of civil cases filed in both superior and district courts, determine when cases are ready for trial and assist the judges in preparing the calendar for terms of civil court.
EmailTrial Court Administrator - Kellie Z. Myers
Superior Court Coordinator - Lisa R. Tucker
District Court Coordinator - Amy L. Turner
Arbitration Coordinator - Carol R. McLeod
Law Enforcement Liaison - Davis Cooper
Judicial Assistant (Civil) - Shanda Smallwood
Resident Court Reporter – Tammy Bates
Resident Court Reporter – Maren Fawcett
Resident Court Reporter – Susan Gugig
Resident Court Reporter – Tammy Johnson
Resident Court Reporter – Gina Macchio
Physical LocationWake County Courthouse
316 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Mailing AddressPO Box 1916
Raleigh, NC 27602
(Filings shall be sent to the Wake County Clerk of Superior Court and NOT to this address)
Proposed orders for Wake County Civil Superior Court matters should be submitted in Word format, copied to opposing party/counsel, to the following email address: Wake.Civil.Superior.Orders@nccourts.org
Find Local Rules and Forms that provide procedures and guidelines for courts in Wake County.
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Find Wake County administrative schedules and calendars.
View Spring and Fall Master Calendars of the Superior Courts statewide.
Designed to offer parties, with the help of their attorneys and a mediator, an opportunity and the support they need to settle their cases.
Arbitration is intended to be a quick, inexpensive alternative to a lengthy trial before a judge.
List of persons authorized and approved to prepare transcripts of proceedings in the courts of all counties of the State of North Carolina.
Committed to removing barriers that hinder equal access to justice by individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP).
The North Carolina Judicial Branch is committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities have equal access to all court functions.