Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Best Court Websites?

How about it readers.

What are your nominations for the best court websites?

Please share in the comments section below.


  1. I'll try to start the conversation. I think that websites that focus on their customer's service needs are a good way to go. An example is the Maricopa County Clerk of Court's website at:

    The "How Do I" section is excellent.

    1. Not to sound negative, but here are a few things I hate: no physical address listed (there are a squillion counties with the same name across the country); it is all about the elected clerk's life and times (save this for a campaign site); horrendous case search tools (if I already knew the case number, parties, year, attorneys, etc., I probably have the case, too).

  2. I'm not sure if the conversation is limited to US Courts only, but in case it isn't, I'd go with European Court of Human Rights...
    These guys have a GREAT website!
    All the laws, all (at least for the last 10 years or so) case law, factsheets, how-to's multimedia... you name it

  3. Thanks- this is definitely a worldwide conversation. We greatly appreciate your post.

  4. Just my opinion. Superior Court of CA - Kern County is the best! The content is very organized through menus and its submenus. Moreover, when you navigate and view the contents - you will never get lost.