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General enquiries

For general enquiries, please contact us at:

The Supreme Court
Parliament Square

Switchboard: 020 7960 1500 or 1900
DX 157230 Parliament Sq 4

Text Relay: Callers with a text phone can talk through Text Relay by calling 18001 followed by our main numbers 0207 960 1900 or 0207 960 1500.

We will never call and ask for money – This is a scam. For advice visit our scams page.

Email for general public enquiries only (please do not attempt to lodge papers or make other formal applications via this email address - use the Registry address below). We recommend that you check our 'Frequently Asked Questions' page before emailing us with queries - we have worked hard to ensure the list is as comprehensive as possible.


For Registry enquiries (generally for legal professionals), such as filing applications, case related enquiries and listing, please telephone 020 7960 1991 or 1992.

Email for Registry enquiries only - please check Practice Direction 2 before sending queries about the administration of cases, as this document covers many common questions.

Please see Building and Registry opening times. for further details including updates.

Freedom of Information

Please go to our Freedom of Information page for full details.

We hope that this website is comprehensive and helpful. If, however, you wish to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act or Environmental Information Regulation (EIR) you can do so via email or post using the addresses below.

Please note that the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) can only be used to access recorded information held by a public body. It cannot be used to obtain guidance, opinions, conjecture or legal advice.

Freedom of Information
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Parliament Square


Zero tolerance

Our staff aim to be polite and helpful, and we ask for them to be treated with respect. Abusive telephone calls will be terminated and anyone who threatens or assaults staff, verbally, physically, or in writing may be reported to the police and may face prosecution.

Twitter policy

Our policy on how the Supreme Court uses Twitter can be found on our Twitter policy page.

Vulnerability disclosure policy

Our vulnerability disclosure policy can be found on our Vulnerability disclosure policy page.