Caselist (Norwegian)

Tirsdag 17. og onsdag 18. september 2019

Arbeidsrett. Om etterbetaling og den tariffrettslige passivitetslæren for de alminnelige domstolene.

Tirsdag 17. og onsdag 18. september 2019

Internasjonal privatrett. Om lovvalg ved kjøp av fast eiendom i utlandet.

Torsdag 19. september 2019

Strafferett. Om bruk av samfunnsstraff ved grovt underslag.

Torsdag 19. og fredag 20. september 2019

Strafferett. Om det er fremsatt trusler mot en stortingsrepresentant. Straffeloven 2005 § 115 og § 263.

Fullstendig berammingsliste

Case list

The Supreme Court in 2018

Annual report 2018

In 2018, the Supreme Court received 2164 appeals, of which 819 were appeals against judgment in 416 civil cases and 403 criminal cases, respectively.

The Supreme Court's Appeal Selection Committee referred 103 out of these appeals to a hearing before a division of five justices.

In addition, one civil case was heard by the plenary and one civil case by a grand chamber composed of eleven justices.

Annual Report 2018 (mobile friendly format) 

Informationbook

Informationbook

Full-text rulings in English

The Supreme Court now has its own legal translator, which allows us to provide a larger number of translated full-text rulings. These rulings are selected based on what we believe may be of interest outside Norway.

Under Summaries you will find a summary of all rulings.
Translated rulings

Chief Justice Toril Marie Øie

Chief Justice Toril Marie Øie of the Supreme Court of Norway was appointed in March 2016. She is the 20th Chief Justice in the 200-year history of the Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice Øie  Foto: Monica Kvaale                                  Photo: M. Kvaale
                                
Toril Marie Øie is the first woman to hold this office.
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The Supreme Court

The main function of the Supreme Court is to ensure clarity and development of the law.

The Supreme Court has general jurisdiction and hears all types of cases, civil as well as criminal, and cases pertaining to administrative law and constitutional law.

The Norwegian Supreme Court wishes to promote openness and transparency in its activities.