Friday, August 27, 2010

Lewis Named Fulton Superior Court Administrator

For Immediate Release Aug. 27, 2010

ATLANTA – Clayton County Court Administrator Yolanda L. Lewis has been named Court Administrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County.

Lewis will replace veteran Fulton Superior Court Administrator Judy Cramer, who is leaving to begin a new career in the ministry.

Lewis has been Court Administrator in Clayton County since April 2008. Previously she was Assistant Director for Court Services at the Administrative Office of the Courts, a state agency that provides administrative assistance to Georgia Courts. Prior to joining the Administrative Office of the Courts in 2004 Lewis was a strategic planner at the Governor’s Justice Coordinating Council and worked as a program coordinator at the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Mobile, Alabama.

Lewis received her Masters of Public Administration from the University of South Alabama in 2002 and a certificate in Judicial Administration and Management from the University of Michigan in August 2010.

The Superior Court of Fulton County is Georgia’s largest and busiest trial court. Its 20 elected judges and four fulltime Magistrate Judges receive in excess of 30,000 new cases annually.

The Superior Court of Fulton County is one of the top-performing urban courts in America. Our innovative programs, nationally recognized best practices and excellent judges and staff are making a difference in the lives of Fulton residents. We are committed to ensuring that all find justice find in our court. For additional information about our court, please visit our Web site at

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