Judgment summaries

May

16 May 2018

For judgment:

EMPR 144 v Republic of Nauru [2018] HCA 21 (PDF 291K) (RTF 619K)

DWN027 v Republic of Nauru [2018] HCA 20 (PDF 292K) (RTF 615K)

CRI026 v Republic of Nauru [2018] HCA 19 (PDF 293K) (RTF 616K)

9 May 2018

For judgment:

Collins v The Queen [2018] HCA 18 (PDF 293K) (RTF 611K)

In the Court of Disputed Returns

For judgment:

In the Matter of Questions Referred to the Court of Disputed Returns Pursuant to Section 376 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 (Cth) concerning Senator Katy Gallagher [2018] HCA 17 (PDF 297k) (RTF 607K)

News Room

Review of Registry Operations and Case Management System

The High Court is reviewing its registry operations and case management system with a particular emphasis on current and future electronic needs.

To participate in the review, please complete the online form by Friday, 6 April 2018. The online form is available via this page.

 

 

NOTICE – Reference by the Senate to the Court of Disputed Returns – SENATOR KATY GALLAGHER
(see attached file)

 

Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates Statements 2017-18
Click here

Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) 2018–19

Please click on the link below:
Portfolio Budget Statements 2018–19

 HCA-Annual-Report-2016-17-cover  

   2016-2017 Annual Report

   (PDF 14.5M) – full report

Notices/Opening

Access to the High Court building is only from the ground floor (street level) entrance.

The High Court building is open to the public from:

Monday to Friday: 9.45 am to 4.30 pm
Sunday: midday to 4.00 pm

Normal Court sitting hours are from:
10.15 am to 12.45 pm and 2.15 pm to 4.15 pm
The building is closed on public holidays. Admission to the High Court building is free of charge.

2018 Sittings Calendar (PDF - 423k) (HTML)

Music at the Court

View the 2018 music program here.

 


Visitors on Sunday can also wander around the building and enter the main courtroom where a Court Guide will explain the history, functions and contemporary role of the High Court.

Audio Visual Recordings

Audio-visual recordings of Full Court hearings heard in Canberra are now available.

 

 

A short documentary on the High Court of Australia:

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