Indiana Supreme Court
315 Indiana State House
200 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Kevin S. Smith
Clerk/Administrator

Pho: 317.232.2540
Fax: 317.232.8372

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Kathryn Dolan
Public Information Officer

Pho: 317.232.2542
Fax: 317.233.6586
kathryn.dolan@courts.in.gov

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Clerk of the Appellate Courts
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Today's Supreme Court has as its basis a Constitutional Amendment which was ratified by the people in 1970 and which took effect January 1, 1972. The Amendment represented an almost complete rewriting of the 1851 Constitution's Judicial Article. It removed members of the Supreme... Learn more >>


Latest News & Headlines

Notice of Contracting Opportunity for Statewide Electronic Filing Manager

Aug 1, 2014 | Public Notice

In May, the Indiana Supreme Court announced it was moving away from paper and going to a statewide e-filing system for court information. The first step is for the Division of State Court Administration to seek competitive bids for an e-filing manager. That manager will be required to work with multiple e-filing service providers statewide. The Division will coordinate the process, including certification of those providers. By having multiple providers, litigants will have filing choices.

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Appellate Courts to Use Odyssey For Case Records

Aug 1, 2014 | Court Times Article

The Indiana Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and Tax Court have launched a plan to implement the Odyssey Case Management System (CMS) in their courts. With support from the trial court technology staff at the Division of State Court Administration, Indiana appellate courts are being added to the statewide CMS that is currently used for over half of all new case filings statewide.

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