Judge Resume Example

Judge Resume

A Judge acts as arbiter in disputes between two camps who are undergoing a case.  He advices counsel and the jury and also give orders for the proper conduct of the court proceedings and operations.  He administers the judicial system based on legal laws and precedents.  The Judge examines evidences in criminal cases and determines whether these are enough to support the charges given.  Listens to the presentation of the case and tries to settle disputes between opposing camps whenever necessary.

Judge Resume Example

Angel Willis

9090 Dominican St.

Columbia, 78989

Phone: (212) 210-2100

awillis@ycmail.com

Objective

Very responsible individual and highly experienced professional seeking for a challenging position as Judge in a state court

Summary of Qualification

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • With the ability to make sound opinions and decisions based on evidences presented
  • Highly knowledgeable in the rule of laws and precedent cases
  • Very personable and maintains a good professional relationship with attorneys

Career Experience/Job History

2008 – 2011: Judge, Columbia State Court

  • Listened to court presentations and verified the accuracy of evidences presented
  • Ruled out cases without enough supporting evidences and approved charges
  • Gave sentences to defendants in criminal cases on conviction by the jury
  • Awarded judicial relief to litigants in civil cases
  • Determined whether the allegations made by plaintiff in civil suits are sufficient
  • Settled disputes between opposing attorneys promptly

2004 – 2008: Attorney at law, Fairfield Law Firm

  • Drafted legal documents, memoranda and other documents pertaining to business and funds
  • Developed and maintained a good client relationship
  • Gathered evidence pertinent to case on hand and under investigation

Education

2000-2004: Bachelor of Arts in Law, University of Columbia

Professional reference will be furnished upon request

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