The Supreme Court of California is the state's highest court. Its decisions are binding on all other California state courts.
The California Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of California and six Associate Justices, each appointed or nominated by the Governor.
The court conducts regular sessions in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento; it may also hold special sessions elsewhere. In its most recent year, the California Supreme Court received nearly 8,000 filings and issued 85 written opinions.
Supreme Court Committee Provides Guidance on Disqualification of Judges Who Previously “Served as a Lawyer in the Proceeding”
Supreme Court Eliminates Ethics Exception that Permitted Judges to Belong to Nonprofit Youth Organizations That Discriminate
Supreme Court Appoints Four Members to the Applicant Evaluation and Nomination Committee for State Bar Court Judges
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