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  • Pershing District Court
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  • Eureka District Court
  • Eureka Justice Court
  • Alamo Justice Court
  • Elko County Court House
  • Las Vegas Regional Justice Center
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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, AOC Director and Court Administrator

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

  • Court Improvement Program

    The Court Improvement Program (CIP) enables the courts and agencies involved in the child welfare system to develop systemic, statewide changes intended to significantly improve the processing of child welfare cases while ensuring compliance with state and federal laws. 

Additional News
  • September 2019 MASEA FAQs 9/9/2019 5:45:00 PM


    The Administrative Office of the Courts Audit Unit recently updated the frequently asked questions regarding the Minimum Accounting Standards Guide for External Audits to assist both courts and external auditors with the completion of their required four-year independent audits. This guide should be referenced during the current four-year independent audits. A copy of the updated FAQs can be found here. Any questions that arise which are not currently address in this version of the frequently asked questions can be sent to the Audit Unit at auditor@nvcourts.nv.gov for review and response.

  • Five Attorneys Apply to Fill Empty Washoe County Judicial Seat 9/6/2019 5:07:27 PM

    Chief Justice Mark Gibbons announced this afternoon the Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has received five applications from individuals who wish to fill the judicial opening in Washoe County’s Second Judicial District Court, Family Division.

  • New Webinar! 2019 CIP Understanding & Using Data Available to You (Chapin Hall's Foster Care Data Archive) 8/28/2019 3:34:56 PM

    Data on child welfare case processing and outcomes are not always easy to come by. At the state level, the child welfare agency must report specific data point to the federally government. These data are made available to the public, however, they are limited in scope and only include the largest jurisdictions in the state. Chapin Hall, through their Foster Care Data Archive, works with states to compile their child welfare data in a meaningful way. (more…)

FY 2018 Annual Report

The annual report provides a detailed look at what the judiciary has accomplished during fiscal year 2018. Read the Report »

Employment

Learn more about employment with the Court and view open positions. Find Open Positions »

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. Find Disclosures »

Judicial Directory

Contact information for judicial employees throughout Nevada. View the Directory »

Documents and Forms

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