Nevada Judiciary News

  • The Oral Examination in Las Vegas on April 21-24 is Cancelled
    3/30/2020 9:51:20 AM

    Due to the extension of the Federal Social Distancing Guidelines, and out of an abundance of caution and respects for people’s health, the AOC is cancelling the administration of the Interpreter Oral Examination in Las Vegas on April 21-24. The AOC will be refunding your registration fee as soon as possible as AOC is unable to hold registration fees for an extended period of time.AOC will schedule another administration of Oral Exam in the fall if, and when, the current Pandemic allows.

  • Temporary Closing of Supreme Court Law Library
    3/18/2020 2:29:55 PM

    To mitigate the public health risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and the emergency declared by Governor Sisolak, the physical Nevada Supreme Court Law Library is now closed to the public, effective immediately.

  • Appendices Are Now Electronically Available
    3/17/2020 5:24:58 PM

    At the direction of Chief Justice Pickering, the court has changed the settings on its public portal.  Effective immediately, all documents, except those filed under seal, will be accessible from hyperlinks on the docket sheets for the cases.  This makes the appendices electronically available, equally with briefs and court orders, from any computer with internet access.  This change shall be in effect until further notice.

  • Cancellation of Oral Argument and Public Hearing
    3/17/2020 4:36:42 PM

    In keeping with public health precautions recommended in response to COVID-19 and the emergency declared by Governor Sisolak on March 15, 2020, the Nevada Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are postponing all oral arguments until further notice.

  • Visitor Restrictions to Courthouses in Carson City and Las Vegas
    3/16/2020 10:00:12 AM

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has advised people to take precautions in light of the coronavirus outbreak and that the best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus.To minimize exposure to COVID-19 and avoid disruption to critical court functions, the Nevada Supreme Court and Court of Appeals have imposed visitor restrictions on its courthouses in Carson City and Las Vegas.