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  • Lawyer licenses expire Dec. 31

    The State Board of Law Examiners reminds lawyers that 2019 licenses to practice law in North Dakota expire Dec. 31 regardless of when the 2019 license fee was paid. Lawyers should watch their mail for the 2020 billing in the coming weeks and promptly pay the fee by check or money order.
  • Justices, judges volunteer at Banquet

    The Supreme Court justices, district court judges, judicial referees, municipal judges, and a federal judge hosted the Banquet on Nov. 5. The Banquet is a free community dinner served at Trinity Lutheran and hosted by community groups. Here are the photos.
  • Clerk of ND Supreme Court set to retire

    KFYR News: "A long serving member of the state Supreme Court is set to retire at the end of the year. Clerk of the Supreme Court Penny Miller has been in her position for nearly 30 years. She's the fourth Supreme Court clerk for the state."
  • Website upgrade work scheduled for today

    On Thursday, Oct. 24, the information technology department will be upgrading the ND Courts hardware. Users may experience brief slowness from 6-8 p.m. CST. Between 8-9 p.m. CST., users may experience connection issues to the ND Courts websites as NDIT will be upgrading the network at this time.
  • Court chooses law clerks for 2020-2021 term

    The North Dakota Supreme Court is pleased to announce the following individuals who have been selected to serve a one-year clerkship with the North Dakota Supreme Court beginning August 1, 2020: Logan Carpenter, Moffit, Alexandra Carthew, Fargo, Matthew Keller, Fargo, Katelyn Krabbenhoft, Fargo, and Erica Skogen, Mandan.
  • Court to offer fiduciary training Nov. 4

    The North Dakota Court System will present training for people who manage other people’s money on Nov. 4 in Bismarck. Speakers from the Veterans Administration, Social Security Administration, and Medicaid will be presenting.
  • Chief Justice VandeWalle honored by Association of Counties

    The North Dakota Association of Counties presented Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle the Excellence in Government Dedicated Partner Award on Oct. 7. In accepting the honor, VandeWalle said he considered it recognition of the entire court system rather than an individual award.