Upcoming Meetings

There are no upcoming events at this time.

We need your feedback! Please take this survey.

We would like to know how you feel about your overall experience at your workplace.

Click here

The NYS Court Clerks are the backbone of the Unified Court System. With over 1500 professional men and women, we keep the Courts moving. As the supervisory peace officers in NYC, our members are integral in fulfilling the core mission of the courts. Our Association serves to protect the rights and advance the benefits of all our active members and retirees.

Pamela Browne

President, New York State Court Clerks Association

2016 Union Election Results

Click link to view the results of the 2016 election.

Read More

Court Unions Say Restoration of Funds Could Prove to Be Life-or-Death Issue

By Mark Toor of Thechiefleader.com Budget cuts and staffing shortages in the state court system can be blamed for at least one death, the president of the New York State Court Clerks Association told a State Legislature budget hearing Feb. 4. ‘Already Spread Too Thin’...
Read More

Excellence Initiative

Tell Chief Judge Janet DiFiore Click...
Read More

Message From The President, Pam Browne

This is the associations reaction to the recent reclassification of the court officer title Enclosed is a letter to all of you and our membership. We have been repeatedly lied to, yet again by OCA. No one is more disappointed and angrier than I. I have been fighting...
Read More

Annual Physical Examination

We have a new company for our yearly physical exam that is available to active and retirees and spouses provided through Manhattan Internal Medicine Associates, P.C. There is no cost to the member. No voucher is necessary, just call to make the appointment. If any...
Read More

Election Results

Pam Browne received 528 votes to retain the position of President. G.James McGreevy placed second receiving 308 votes. Chris DePietto unseated Imogene Jones 530 to 412 to become the 2nd Vice President. Larry Russo held on to the Secretary position by a count of 492 to...
Read More

Email Signup

Get the latest news from the New York State Court Clerks Association