Office of the Clerk Overview
Virtually all of your
contact with the Nevada Supreme Court regarding matters pending before
the court will be with the Clerk's Office. The Clerk's Office is where
you can ask questions regarding the status of a case, find records
relating to cases pending before the court, and file briefs and other
In addition to being
the custodian of the court's records, the clerk keeps the court's
docket, schedules oral argument, and issues writs at the direction of
the court. The Clerk's Office also administers the court's settlement
program and oversees the court's publications.
Most matters on the
court’s docket are submitted “on the briefs,” which means the court will
make its decision based upon the briefs, appendices, and other
documents that have been filed in a matter.
However, some cases
are scheduled for oral argument at the court’s request. “Oral argument”
refers to counsel’s spoken arguments to the court in support of their
position on a matter before the court. Oral argument may be before a
panel of the court or the full court (en banc). The justices may, and
often do, ask questions of counsel during oral argument.
The court's oral argument calendar is available HERE. Audio files of oral arguments may be accessed in the Prior Oral Arguments section. Additionally, most arguments can be viewed on the internet via the court's Webstream on the day of the argument.
Carson City Location
201 South Carson Street
Las Vegas Location - Regional Justice Center (RJC)
Clerk's Office Dropbox
200 Lewis Avenue, 17th Floor
Phone: (775) 684-1600 (Carson City)
Phone: (702) 486-9300 (Las Vegas)