Supreme Court of NSW

Welcome to the website of the Supreme Court of NSW.

The Supreme Court is the highest court in NSW and was established by the 1823 Charter of Justice. Further information on the Supreme Court is available in the About Us section.

Information and services available on this website
AccessibilityFeedback to the courtPro bono assistance
Admission as a legal practitionerFeesRepresenting yourself
Admission under mutual recognition principlesForms used in the Supreme CourtScheduled examination dates
Adoption Procedures bookletHistory of the courtSittings of the court
Audio visual technology - summary Information for practitionersSpeeches and papers by Judges
Callovers & available dates in the CCAJudgmentsStudent information
Chief Justices of NSWJury serviceTrans Tasman mutual recognition
Contact information for the courtLocationsTeleconferences in civil proceedings
Contacting a Judge of the courtMedia informationTelephone Directions in the Common Law Division
Costs assessmentMediationTranscripts - How to order
Court ListsMeeting Room HireVexatious Proceedings
Court of AppealPoliciesVideoconferences in civil proceedings
Employment opportunitiesPractice NotesVisiting the court
Fact SheetsProbate formsUseful legislation

Latest News
Invitation to attend a dinner celebrating the Centenary of the Court of Criminal Appeal (24 October 2012)
Launch of the new Supreme Court website (19 October 2012)
ADR arrangements 31.8.12 - 4.9.12 (31 August 2012)
Revised probate filing fee structure effective from 1 September 2012 (28 August 2012)
Chief Justice re-issues three existing Practice Notes (10 August 2012)
Important information about the re-opening of the Level 5 registry and temporary closure of Level 4 (8 August 2012)
New court fees announced from 1 July 2012 (29 June 2012)

More announcements (Updated 07/09/11)

Recent Rule Amendments (What's new) (Updated 05/11/08)
Changes to Practice and Procedure (Updated 28/10/11)

Quick Links
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Last updated: 24 October 2012
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