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  • Order of Adoption

    Proposed Amendments to the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure, Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rules of Evidence, Rules of Court, and Supreme Court Administrative Rules
  • Order of Adoption

    Proposed Amendments to the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure, Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rules of Evidence, Rules of Court, and Supreme Court Administrative Rules
  • The Supreme Court at UND School of Law - The October 24-25, 2018 photos

    During the Court's fall visit to the University of North Dakota School of Law, the schedule included oral arguments in four cases, classroom visits, judging the final internal moot court arguments, student lunch, breakfast sponsored by the Law Women's Caucus, visiting the Rural Practice Association, an informational session for students interested in applying for clerkships with the Court, and lunch with the Greater Grand Forks County Bar Association.
  • Order of Adoption

    Proposed Amendments to North Dakota Supreme Court Administrative Rule 13 Related to the Scope of Delegable Duties to Judicial Referees
  • Order of Adoption

    Proposed Administrative Rule 60 Establishing An Interdisciplinary Committee on Specialized Dockets
  • Notice of Consultation

    In the Matter of the Judicial Vacancy in District Judgeship No. 2, with Chambers in Fargo, North Dakota, East Central Judicial District
  • Notice of Comment

    Proposed Amendments to the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure, Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rules of Evidence, Rules of Court, and Supreme Court Administrative Rules
  • Chief Justice VandeWalle celebrates 85th birthday, 40 years on court

    Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle celebrated his 85th birthday and 40 years of service on the Supreme Court on Aug. 15. VandeWalle was appointed to the Court in 1978 by Governor Arthur Link to fill the unexpired term of Justice Robert Vogel, who resigned. He has served longer than any other North Dakota Supreme Court justice.