The Supreme Court may be contacted through any of the following
methods. E-mail is generally the easiest, quickest, and most
accurate way to obtain information from the Supreme Court.
Contact the Supreme Court via e-mail
The Supreme Court can be reached by e-mail at
are normally responded to within 3 business days of their receipt, and
often much faster, unless the content of the e-mail is a question that
needs to be addressed by the Supreme Court in its entirety. In
these cases, a reply will be sent at the
Clerk of the Court's earliest possible convenience after the next
regularly scheduled Supreme Court meeting.
Contact the Supreme Court in person
The Supreme Court's office is located in the Indiana Memorial Union's
Student Activity Tower, in room 387. Please ask if any Supreme Court justices are available.
Justices of the Supreme Court are also available by appointment - please
e-mail the Court and request a
date and a time for a meeting.