Supreme Court

Each state and territory have a Supreme Court which is presided over by a Chief Justice. The NSW Supreme Court is regulated by the Supreme Court Act 1970 (NSW) and is the largest superior court of general jurisdiction in Australia.

The Supreme Court hears serious criminal cases involving murder, treason and piracy.

The Supreme Court also hears bail applications which fail in the Local Court.

The Supreme Court may also hear matters under Commonwealth laws where the Supreme Court has been vested with federal jurisdiction.

Court of Criminal Appeal

The Court of Appeal and Court of Criminal Appeal hear appeals from decisions made by most of the courts of New South Wales, certain decisions from the New South Wales Civil & Administrative Tribunal and from decisions made by a single judge of the Supreme Court.

Supreme Courts We Attend

  • Supreme Court at Wentworth Chambers
  • Supreme Court at King Street Courts
  • Supreme Court at the Law Courts Building
  • Supreme Court at the Hospital Road Court Complex
  • Supreme Court at St James Road Court
  • Supreme Court at Darlinghurst
  • Court of Criminal Appeal

Other Courts We Attend

  • Bidura Children’s Court
  • Cobham Children’s Court
  • Campbelltown Children’s Court
  • Parramatta Children’s Court
  • Surry Hills Children’s Court
  • Glebe Coroner’s Court
  • Westmead Coroner’s Court
  • NSW State Parole Authority
  • High Court of Australia