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Supreme Court Orders (SCOs) not provided here are available in print at the Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau law libraries. If you are not near one of those libraries, you may contact the Anchorage Law Library at 907-264-0585 to request copies of older SCOs.

All SCOs are provided in PDF format. If you are not able to access any of the files linked from this web page, please contact the Court Rules Office at 907-264-8231 for assistance.

SCOs since Fall publication (2018) of the main edition of the Alaska Rules of Court

  • 1937
    legislative style | non-legislative style
    Amending Administrative Rule 40(a) concerning the removal of certain domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault protective order cases from the public index.
  • 1938
    legislative style | non-legislative style
    Amending Minor Offense Rule 10 increasing assessed court and collection costs.
  • 1939
    legislative style | non-legislative style
    Amending Criminal Rule 38 and adding a Note to implement the direct court rule amendment made by Chapter 36 SLA 2016 (SB 91); adding Notes to Civil Rules 4, 5, 54, 65, and 90, and Appellate Rule 602, concerning indirect rule amendments made by Chapter 65 SLA 2018 (HB 170); adding a Note to Criminal Rule 41 concerning an indirect rule amendment made by Chapter 22 SLA 2018 (HB 312); adding a Note to Evidence Rule 402 concerning an indirect rule amendment made by Chapter 108 SLA 2018 (HB 336); and adding Notes to Adoption Rules 1 and 6 and Civil Rule 90.3 concerning an indirect rule amendment made by Chapter 24 SLA 2018 (SB 134).
  • 1940
    legislative style | non-legislative style
    Amending Bar Rule 43.1 to extend the time limit for a Judge Advocate General’s Corps or United States Coast Guard attorney to practice law.
  • 1941
    legislative style | non-legislative style
    Amending Criminal Rule 38 to clarify the effect of hearing reminders.

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