The Supreme Court of Victoria has two parts - Trial Division and Court of Appeal .
Trial Division hears appeals against civil decisions made by:
- an associate judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Court of Appeal hears appeals against civil decisions made by:
- an associate judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria, if they were referred certain powers by a Trial Division judge.
If it is not obvious which of the above applies, from the Court orders made in your original proceeding, contact the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator who can check on the Court’s internal systems.
For appeals heard in the Trial Division read our guide: Appealing a decision made by an associate judge.
For appeals heard in the Court of Appeal read our guide: Representing yourself in a Court of Appeal civil proceeding.
These guides have information on:
- what it means to represent yourself in a court proceeding
- court fees that apply
- stages in the process and what you do at each stage
- forms you need to complete
- documents you need to provide
- where to get more information and support.