Attorneys' Corner

General Information

Notice: Please be advised that the Placer County Superior Court uses the current address listed with the California State Bar, so please make sure that you update any new information to that website as soon as possible.

If you have multiple locations, please be advised that we will only be sending notices to the one listed with the State Bar.

This page is designed to help attorneys find links related to their needs.

The Attorney Convenience Center, a collaboration between the Court, the Placer County Bar Association, and the Placer County Law Library, is open at the Gibson Courthouse in Roseville. More information is available here.

Online Case Access

For attorneys who need to request case access to view electronic case information through an account on the Placer County Superior Court's online portal, please note the following:

  • Documents are only viewable online for some case types. Online document access is governed by California Rules of Court, rule 2.503.
  • The Case Access Request Form can only be submitted online. The court will not accept the form in person.
  • In order to view cases that have been submitted for online case access a portal account must be created. You can create an account here.
  • The email used to create the account MUST match the one within your State BAR profile. If you do not have an email associated with your BAR profile, we suggest adding one prior to submitting your request.
  • Only one email per account can be used.
  • The court is only allowing a maximum of 10 cases per submission and one submission per week. This limitation is set to allow requests to be processed quicker and to help ensure all get access to their cases in a timely manner.
  • Once submitted, please allow 3-5 business days for your request to be processed.
  • Reasons you will NOT receive a case access token: 1. You are not the attorney of record on the case. 2. You have been withdrawn or substituted out. 3. That case is not accessible through an online portal account. 4. You did not provide the email associated with your State BAR account.
  • For any issues with the online portal, you can reference the FAQs here.
  • Note: In order to view cases in your account you will need to link that case token to your account. This is the token sent to you when your case access request has been granted. You can review the step by step process to do this in the guide and video above.

Case Access Request Form Online Submission


Download Case Access Request Form
Please submit completed forms to:

How to Display Evidence

A short video on how to use the courtroom equipment to display your evidence.


Temporary Judge Information and Application

For attorneys interested in serving as a temporary judge for the Placer County Superior Court, please see the following:

Thank you for your willingness to serve as a temporary judge.

  • It is the policy of the Placer County Superior Court that a temporary judge must take an oath of office every three years.
  • The three years runs from the year their oath of office is signed through the end of the third year.
  • Before the next oath of office is signed, each attorney appointed as a temporary judge must attend and successfully complete every three years a course on bench conduct and demeanor, an ethics course, and a course in each substantive area in which the attorney will serve as a temporary judge. The courses must cover the same subjects and be of the same duration as the courses prescribed in rule 2.812(c).
  • The Placer County Superior Court offers an in-person course on bench conduct and demeanor each September. Please contact the phone number listed on the invitation to apply.

Judicial Mentor Program

If you are interested in submitting an expression of interest in the Judicial Mentor Program, please see the following: 

Judicial Mentor Program FAQs


You may then send an email to and request a confidential questionnaire and an expression of interest.  Please put “Judicial Mentor Program” in the subject line of your email.

Weekly Calendar

This calendar is run weekly on Friday for the following week. The report does not show cases set after the run date.

Weekly Calendar

Local Forms

The forms that are available on this Website are in PDF format and require a PDF reader to view them. Adobe Reader, is available for free and allows you to view, navigate and print these PDF files. To get Adobe Reader visit the Adobe Website.