The Illinois Supreme Court's Remote Proceedings Task Force

Seeks Public Feedback With Surveys

On May 26, 2022, the Illinois Supreme Court announced the publication of two short surveys as they hope to hear from both the legal community and the community at large about remote court experiences and preferences. One survey is for judges, attorneys and other legal professionals and one is for members of the general public, which includes self-represented litigants.

Illinois courts are committed to expanding access to justice and continuing to offer remote court appearances by telephone or videoconference technology (for example: Zoom or Skype). Help us refine rules and policies by completing this short survey.  The deadline to complete the surveys below is June 23, 2022. 

Remote Court Survey for the General Public

Members of the general public, including self-represented litigants, jurors, and individuals who may never have had any contact with Illinois courts, should fill out the General Public Survey.

Remote Court Survey for Legal Professionals

Legal professionals, including judges, lawyers, advocates, interpreters, probation officers, etc., should fill out the Legal Professionals Survey

 

Mask mandate to remain in effect 

in Circuit Court of Cook County facilities

Child Advocacy Rooms are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and parents who have business with the court should make other arrangements for childcare. Children must not be left unattended inside or outside of the courthouse.

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