Information for potential jurors and their employers about what it means to be called for jury service.
Each NSW court or tribunal feature specific forms and set fees. Library services also require forms and fees.
NSW Office of the Sheriff provides security for Courts and Tribunals, law enforcement, jury service administration and courtroom support. Also, history and careers.
About the courts and tribunals in NSW including how the courts are supported
Support for victims of crime, Aboriginal people, witnesses, people with disability or language needs plus how to provide feedback or make a complaint.
ADR explained including ADR methods and how and when ADR is used. Plus, links to helpful resources
The different types of ADR explained including mediation, conciliation and arbitration. Where to learn more about ADR
ADR is generally faster and less expensive than going to court. Other benefits include more flexibility and privacy
ADR can be used at any time during a dispute. ADR can be voluntary, court-ordered or required by a contract
How to find a qualified provider whether government provided, private provider or publicly funded
The ADR Directorate coordinates, manages and drives ADR government policy, strategy and growth
CJCs provide free mediation to help resolve disputes. Learn more about CJCs and the ADR services offered