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The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) provides Nevada’s court system with the programs and skills required to provide all Nevadans with timely and efficient justice. The AOC provides continuity and improvement in the Nevada judiciary through:

  • Continuously examining the processes and effectiveness of the Judicial Branch.
  • Providing leadership in ensuring access to timely and cost effective justice in the State Courts.
  • Implementing policy goals set forth by the Supreme Court and aiding the Court in fulfilling its role as the leader of an independent and co-equal branch of government.
Robin Sweet

Robin Sweet serves as the current director and state court administrator and directs an organization of more than 60 professionals providing support to Nevada’s judiciary. The AOC develops and maintains information technology essential for managing courts, provides judicial education, trains and certifies court interpreters, and manages programs designed to improve access to justice, provide family permanency, and achieve conflict resolution.

Featured Programs

  • Electronic Data Exchange Project Assists Nevada Courts

    The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is helping more courts utilize the Nevada’s Multi-County Integrated Justice Information System (MCIJIS).

  • Specialty Court Program Changes Lifestyles

    The Specialty Court Program assists in funding Specialty Courts statewide for individuals facing addiction-related offenses. In 2015, the Nevada Legislature appropriated $3 million each year of the biennium to fund additional opportunities for Specialty Courts. With the new appropriation, in FY15-16, the Nevada Judiciary added 20 new Specialty Courts and enhanced 11 of the existing programs. This has increased the number of Nevada Specialty Courts to a total of 62

  • On-Line Attorney Dependency Training

    The Court Improvement Program (CIP) now offers On-Line Attorney Dependency Training to improve legal representation of parents and children in dependency cases. The training enhances the CIP mission to use technology to build systemic capacity, and advance judicial and attorney knowledge and expertise. The training is open to all judges handling neglect and abuse cases and the attorneys appearing in these courts. The distance learning environment maximizes accessibility and removes the barriers of location, time, and costs.For more information

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  • Rural District Court Judges Travel Study

    A recent report issued by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC), Research and Statistics Unit, discusses the total miles driven and the associated time traveling each year by the district court judges that must travel to multiple courts in their judicial districts.

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Additional News
FY 2016 Annual Report

The annual report provides a detailed look at what the judiciary has accomplished during fiscal year 2016. Read More »


Learn more about employment with the Court and view open positions. Read More »

Financial Disclosures

Each Nevada justice, district court judge, limited jurisdiction judge, municipal court judge, senior justice, senior judge, and all judicial candidates are required to file the Judicial Statement of Financial Disclosure. Read More »

Judicial Directory

Contact information for judicial employees throughout Nevada. Read More »

Documents and Forms

Access all of the AOC's documents and forms.Read More »