The Supreme Court Clerk’s Office is open and operating. If there are questions about a particular case, most filings may be reviewed at www.ncappellatecourts.org or you may call the Clerk’s office for additional information. Most matters can be handled by phone. The Clerk’s Office is practicing social distancing and following the recommendations of the CDC and NC DHHS. Please do not come to the Clerk’s Office unless you have first called for assistance.
Supreme Court Orders Appellate Court Deadlines Extended - March 27, 2020
The Supreme Court of North Carolina is the state’s highest court, and there is no further appeal from its decisions on matters of state law. It is made up of the Chief Justice, who also serves as head of the Judicial Branch, and six associate justices. Each justice serves an eight-year term. The Supreme Court has no jury and makes no determinations of fact, but it considers whether error occurred at trial or in judicial interpretation of the law.
Read about the history of the Justice Building.
Learn more about Chief Justice Cheri Beasley and her judicial career.
Supreme Court of North Carolina Biographies and Courtroom Seating.
Opinions filed and written by a justice(s) of the Supreme Court.
View current and past calendars of Oral Arguments.
Search Supreme Court Dockets by case title, name, number, or party.
Search Supreme Court Orders by docket number or case title.
Electronically file a case and search and view case information in the Document Library.
View current and past Supreme Court Petition Rulings.
Access to the facility is restricted to users and authorized visitors under Supreme Court Library Rules.
A certificate of good standing is a certified statement from the Clerk of the Supreme Court.
Collections of slip opinions with headnotes, finding aids, and citations to the official North Carolina Reports.
Digital volumes of advance sheets in the North Carolina Reports and North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports.
Portraits of former associate justices and former chief justices hang on the walls of the Supreme Court.
Rules of practice, procedure, and conduct adopted by the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Learn about the building's history since opened in 1940.
Documents and links to other helpful materials.
Physical address Supreme Court of North Carolina
2 East Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-1428
Mailing addressPO Box 2170
Raleigh, NC 27602