Is comprised of Human Resources, Governmental and Trial Court Liaison, General Counsel, and Budget. The Director determines priorities, strategy, and direction of the agency and oversees its divisions.
The Judicial Council and AOC lead collaboration on policy across Georgia’s courts to improve the administration of justice in Georgia.
To improve justice in all Georgia courts through collaboration, innovation, and information. As staff to the Judicial Council of Georgia, the Administrative Office of the Courts provides subject-matter expertise on policy, court innovation, legislation, and court administration to the state’s trial and appellate courts. The AOC also furnishes a full range of information technology, budget, and financial services to the judicial branch.
Cynthia Clanton is Director of the AOC and the lead of the Director’s Division, which is made up of Governmental and Trial Court Liaison led by Tracy Mason; Legal and Human Resources led by Jessica Farah; and Budget led by Andrew Zoll. The other Divisions of the AOC are: Communications, Children, Families and the Courts, led by Michelle Barclay; Financial Administration, led by Peterson David; Information Technology, led by Ben Luke; and Judicial Services, led by Stephanie Hines.