Jason Corter has been named family division manager in Vicinage XV, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties, effective May 23.
Corter has worked for the Judiciary for more than 10 years and was recently assigned to the family division, in Salem County as assistant manager.
“Our selection of Jason Corter reflects a view to the future while building upon the strong foundation of the past,” Assignment Judge Georgia M. Curio said. “He brings a fresh perspective grounded on solid fundamentals,”
Corter succeeds Mary Zientek, who retired after a 35-year career with the Judiciary.
Corter will oversee a staff of 140 people and manage a caseload that exceeds 30,000 filings per year. The Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem family division is among the busiest in the state.
A graduate of Seton Hall University and Coastal Carolina University, Corter has served in the family division since he began his career with the Judiciary in 2000. He has served as an assistant manager since 2009.