The PCS union is in dispute over a new courts case management system.
Courts staff have voted to strike in a dispute over a new case management system.
The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) said its members working as legal advisers and court associates in magistrates’ courts in Engeland en Wallis voted by nine to one for strikes over using the so-called Common Platform system.
The union said 180 of its members were involved in the row.
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka gesê: “This ballot result sends the clearest message to the Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS).
“They must now act to address the serious and significant issues our members face as a result of the fundamentally-flawed Common Platform.
“Our members are the people who pick up the pieces when Common Platform fails, and they’ve had enough.
“Either HMCTS management fixes the problems, or they face significant, targeted and sustained industrial action.”