E-Filing & Procedures
Cases brought before the Supreme Court are governed by a series of rules and procedures that are updated from time to time. In this section you’ll find FAQs, standing orders and other administrative guidance for attorneys, litigants and other interested stakeholders.
The court provides a timely list of the administrative and standing orders of most current interest to attorneys and other stakeholders.
Electronic filing is the filing of an electronic document in lieu of a paper original. The court requires one paper copy of each electronic document filed in proceedings under the applicable rules.
The Court provides a robust FAQ page with guidance on how cases are brought to the court, who gets to argue them, and the logistics of how and when decisions are issued.
The California Supreme Court is seeking qualified lawyers to represent indigent persons who have been sentenced to death in their direct appeal to the Supreme Court.