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    Court security information

    Understanding the nature of threats to the process of justice depends upon information. Identifying those who may have an intention to do harm or disrupt court proceedings and assessing their capability to do so provides the information necessary to measure the risks posed by those circumstances.

    Lawyers, government agencies and volunteer and support groups are encouraged to use the Court Security Information Report form to advise Queensland Courts of instances whereby they become aware of a court security concern, risk or threat, and/or whereby additional security measures are being sought for court matters in accordance with relevant Practice Directions. Details about where to email the completed form are included in the top section of the Form.

    Courthouse technology

    Queensland courthouses provide a range of technology options for lawyers during court proceedings. These options may range from videoconferencing to Wi-Fi access and electronic trials.

    Information about the technology available in each location is listed under each courthouse.

    If you have specific technology requirements please contact the court registrar.

    Court processes

    Information about court processes is arranged by subject under each court jurisdiction.

    Magistrates Court

    District Court

    Supreme Court

    Listing information

    Court calendars – includes sitting dates and callovers

    Daily law lists

    Winding up applications

    Guidelines are available for applicants winding up insolvent companies in the Supreme Court of Queensland (Corporations Court)

    Last reviewed
    18 May 2016
    Last updated
    17 October 2016

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