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If you have positive or negative feedback about the Supreme Court's registry, you may either complete the feedback form (PDF, 488.5 KB) (PDF, 488.5 KB) provided or write to the Executive Director and Principal Registrar and send it to the court via:
The Supreme Court does not investigate allegations of misconduct by legal practitioners. Enquiries should be directed to the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner
Additional information about the complaints process can be found in this brochure produced by the Law Society of NSW: Law Society of NSW (making a complaint).
The Supreme Court does not investigate allegations of misconduct by judicial officers. If you have serious concerns about the ability or behaviour of a judicial officer, you should contact the Judicial Commission of NSW.
If you are a victim of crime and you have a complaint about the Supreme Court registry you may write to the CEO and Principal Registrar using one of the means mentioned above. If you are still not satisfied with the response you can contact Victims Services.
10 Sep 2023
We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and we pay respect to the Elders, past, present and future.