Are you representing yourself in court? Have you received a summons for jury duty? Maybe you want to visit a courthouse or sit in on a trial? Find legal information and resources to help you navigate and better understand the Courts, the Judiciary and the Canadian legal system.
Except in rare instances, the Courts are open to the public and court proceedings may be reported in full. With that in mind, the Nova Scotia Courts worked with the media to develop guidelines for access and resources to help journalists understand and responsibly report on court proceedings.
Whether you are a law student, paralegal or a practicing member of the Bar, these resources for lawyers and legal professionals will help you stay on top of any changes to the rules, forms, policies, and procedures of the Nova Scotia Courts.