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  1. 10 June 2021

    The Supreme Court of Victoria is following State and Commonwealth government advice regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).

  2. 10 June 2021

    With the easing of restrictions from 11 June 2021, the Court will gradually adjust its operations in accordance with public health advice continuing to use a mixture of virtual and in-person hearings.

  3. 10 June 2021

    The following update is from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Chair of Courts Council, Anne Ferguson, on behalf of the Victorian courts and Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).

  4. 04 June 2021

    The trials in these two matters are being live streamed.

  5. 04 June 2021

    In accordance with public health advice during the extended Circuit Breaker Restrictions, physical attendance for hearings in the Supreme Court will be limited to those matters were it is not practicable to proceed remotely.

  6. 04 June 2021

    The following update is from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Chair of Courts Council, Anne Ferguson, on behalf of the Victorian courts and VCAT.

  7. 03 June 2021

    The judgment on penalty in the George Pell media contempt proceeding was handed down on 4 June 2021.

  8. 28 May 2021

    An application hearing in relation to this matter was live streamed.

  9. 28 May 2021

    The application hearings in relation to the COVID-19 State Government Group Proceedings were live streamed.

  10. 28 May 2021

    Expressions of interest are sought for two Judicial Registrar positions at the Supreme Court of Victoria.