Grosko Appointed Supreme Court Clerk of the Court Effective July 1
The first woman to fill the Reporter of Decisions position in the history of the Supreme Court of Ohio will become the third woman to serve as Clerk of the Court starting July 1.
The justices approved the appointment of Sandra Huth Grosko to replace Mark Reed, who will return to his former position as the clerk for the Court of Claims of Ohio. Grosko has served as the Reporter since August 2011. She also previously served as Interim Clerk of the Court in 2007.
The Clerk of the Court for the Supreme Court oversees the Office of the Clerk, which is responsible for administering the filing of cases and documents before the court and other important functions of case management.
Until a permanent Reporter is hired, Grosko also will serve as Interim Reporter beginning July 1.
Grosko joined the Supreme Court in 1995 as a law clerk to Justice Deborah Cook and later served as Case Management Counsel in the Office of the Clerk for nine years. Grosko earned her law degree cum laude from the University of Toledo and also earned the Certified Court Manager credentials from the National Center for State Courts Institute for Court Management.
Previous to her employment at the Supreme Court, Grosko served as a judicial attorney for Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge Patricia Cosgrove, as a law clerk for then-Ninth District Court of Appeals Judge Cook, and as a law clerk for the Toledo Edison Company and Marathon Oil Company.
Grosko received her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. She lives in Gahanna with her husband and son.