KFYR News: "Justice Gerald VandeWalle was the center of North Dakota law for more than 60 years. Tuesday night, he was honored by the University of North Dakota and the UND Alumni Association & Foundation."
KX News: "[T]he North Dakota Supreme Court has been allowing online access to certain documents since the late 1990s. This includes opinions dated back to the 1960s, briefs from about 1998 forward and some rules dating back to the mid-90s."
Effective Jan. 8, 2020, the Supreme Court has temporarily suspended remote online access to court records by anonymous users. This includes remote access to district court documents and expanded remote access to Supreme Court documents.
On Dec. 10, Supreme Court Justice Lisa Fair McEvers and East Central Judicial District Judge Stephannie N. Stiel participated in a program organized by the Ronald N. Davies American Inn of Court in recognition of the 100 year anniversary of women’s right to vote.
Bismarck Tribune: "The woman who is just the fourth clerk of the North Dakota Supreme Court is retiring at the end of the year. Penny Miller took the position July 1, 1992, and has seen the office and the state's court system through many changes."