Bishop, Taylor Assume New State Court Roles
After serving as Chief Deputy Clerk of the State Court of Cobb County for seven years, Robin Bishop was sworn in as Clerk earlier this month.
Ms. Bishop began her county government service in 1994 as the Law Library Director for the Cobb County Judicial Circuit. She was later promoted to Judicial Program Coordinator for Superior Court Administration. After her service in the Courts, Ms. Bishop became the director of Keep Cobb Beautiful, until she was promoted to Cobb County Grants Development Specialist. Ms. Bishop sat for vetted testing for the first group of certified grant professionals in the State of Georgia (GPC). She held the GPC certification until her tenure began in the State Court of Cobb County. Ms. Bishop owned and operated a grants and governance consulting firm for local governments and non-profits for six years prior to her appointment to Chief Deputy.
Bishop had served as Chief Deputy Clerk under Angie Davis, who is now serving as the clerk of the statewide business court. Today, Bishop named her Chief Deputy Clerk, Rochelle Taylor.
Ms. Taylor was a legal assistant for two law offices before her tenure with State Court. She has served over twenty-two years in the State Court Clerk's office, as a Calendar, Docket, Accounting and Courtroom Clerk, Criminal Division Supervisor and Division Manager. During that time, she spearheaded many record conversion and technology projects for the court, vastly improving innovations and record retention methods.
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