We aim to provide a comprehensive service to media professionals seeking information about the Court's hearings and wider work.
Members of the media who would like to subscribe (or unsubscribe) to email updates about the Supreme Court's work (including information about forthcoming judgments and decided judgments) should email a member of the press team below.
Members of the public and legal professionals who would like to subscribe (or unsubscribe) to receive judgment updates should email enquiries.
Bona fide members of the media can email or call the Press Office, from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
For URGENT enquiries relating to a breaking news story or the next day's news coverage, the on call media officer can be contacted out-of-hours by calling +44(0)7384 235 173 or +44(0)7825 283 885.
Sophia Linehan-Biggs - Head of Communications (Monday to Wednesday)
020 7960 1887
Janet Coull Trisic - Head of Communications (Wednesday to Friday)
020 7960 1887
Tala Ghannam - Media and Communications Manager
Note for members of the media when attending the Supreme Court
We encourage visitors to take a free, rapid lateral flow COVID-19 test before they attend a hearing or hand down. These are readily available in local areas or can be ordered online.
Please note the following guidance remains in place:
- Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID–19 should not attend the UKSC
- The number of attendees in the courtroom may be limited; however, dedicated seating will be allocated to the media wherever possible, subject to space.
- Members of the media must pre–announce by Tuesday 4pm if they wish to attend a lock-in on a Wednesday from 8.30am. Without pre–announcement, entry cannot be guaranteed. For hearings, it is recommended that members of the media pre-announce to ensure seating, but is not essential.
- The media kitchen will be available for use. Maximum numbers will apply.
- When moving through the building, visitors are asked to remain respectful of others not in their group and maintain a social distance where possible.
- Guidance on appropriate COVID–secure measures will be displayed in the courtroom and the meeting rooms. All attendees are asked to follow this guidance at all times. Please raise any concerns or breaches observed with the usher or a member of security staff as soon as possible.
- Visitors are encouraged to bring as little paperwork with them as possible.
- The Café will also be open on the lower ground floor from 9am.
- Face coverings must be worn in all public areas of the building unless exempt. We ask those not actively participating in the court room to wear a face covering unless exempt.
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Journalists are welcome to download and publish the following high resolution images of the Supreme Court building without further permission. Please credit UK Supreme Court.