Supreme Court of New South Wales

Supreme Court of New South Wales

The Supreme Court is the highest court in New South Wales and was established by the Third Charter of Justice on 17 May 1824.

News

Upcoming ceremonies and court sittings, livestreamed via our YouTube Channel
Practice Note SC EQ 7 - Probate and Family Provision List
Address by Chief Justice Bell to the regional meeting of the Law Society, Kingscliff, 13 June 2024

Bicentenary of the Supreme Court

On 17 May 2024 the court celebrated the bicentenary of its founding under the Third Charter of Justice and its ensuing successes over two centuries.

Resources

Admission, fees, forms and more All the resources legal practitioners need
Information on access applications, non-publication orders and the Virtual Courtroom
For help with representing yourself in civil procedures and other matters
Judgments, first instance and appellate Class actions, current and completed Court lists and more
The Supreme Court was founded on 17 May 1824
Speeches by judges, past and present
Resources for planning your visit
Tune in for admissions, ceremonial sittings, occasional lectures and more
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