The Federal Court provides a variety of tools for keeping up-to-date with Court events.
1. Daily Court Lists
The Daily Court List email notification service alerts you to hearings scheduled for the next business day. Listings are available for each Registry and are posted at approximately 4.30 pm daily.
Subscribe to Daily Court Lists
2. Practice News
Receive advice about changes to the Court's practice and procedure.
Subscribe to Practice News
3. Judgments and Events by National Practice Area
The Court's work is divided into nine subject matter areas called National Practice Areas (NPAs). You can receive email notifications of judgments and events based on a selected NPA.
Subscribe to Judgments and Events.
4. Track a case (with the Commonwealth Courts Portal)
All users (whether parties or otherwise) can track recent activity of a case before the Court by registering as a user of the Commonwealth Courts Portal. This includes the option of receiving an email when there is an update to the case file.
Further details: How to track a case
Lawyers and self-represented litigants
If you are a lawyer or a self-represented litigant, the Commonwealth Courts Portal includes several features to assist you to manage your files, including organising files, viewing your court diary, and the ability to view some court documents (once access has been granted).
Go to the Commonwealth Courts Portal
5. Admiralty Arrests & Releases
The Court's Admiralty Arrest email notification service allows you to receive advice about arrests and releases after the arrest warrants have been executed or the release effected.
Subscribe to Admiralty Arrest Notifications
6. News & Announcements RSS feed
Paste this link into your feed reader: http://www.fedcourt.gov.au/rss/news-and-events-rss
7. Judgments RSS feed
Paste this link into your feed reader: http://www.judgments.fedcourt.gov.au/judgments/remote_content_feeders/judgments_rss to stay alerted to the most recently published judgments.
About RSS feeds & readers
Use an RSS feed reader if you'd like to be alerted to new content that has been added to a webpage. The reader can combine feeds from various pages or websites that have been subscribed to and presents them as a series of headlines.
Not all web pages are RSS enabled; usually an RSS icon is used to indicate a feed is available.
There are various types of feed readers.
Many web browsers including Internet Explorer and Firefox allow you to subscribe to RSS and other web feeds.
Smartphone & tablet apps
There are many RSS reader apps available. Some examples are Feedly, digg, FeedlerRSS, MobileRSS and G-Whizz.
Please note the applications listed here are suggestions only; the Federal Court does not endorse any particular application.