The Supreme Court has arranged for limited wireless internet access to be available in Hobart. The service will allow court users free access to browse the internet including access to web e-mail.
The service is available in the public areas of the Civil Court Building. This includes within Court Rooms 1, 2 and 3, the foyer and waiting areas on the ground floor and within the Andrew Inglis Clark Law Library on the Lower Ground Floor.
The service will be available during Registry hours.
It is important to note that while the service is being funded by the Supreme Court it is provided through a third party. While every endeavor will be made to ensure the service is available during the above times the Court will not be responsible for any periods the service is not available.
To access the Wi-Fi service your laptop or PDA device will need to have wireless capability.
The connection for this service is SupremeCourt. If you have wireless capability your laptop or PDA should automatically detect this service.
To access choose SurpremeCourt and connect.
No password or sign on required. However in order to access the site every user must agree to the terms and conditions as detailed on the connection page.
It is recommended that users contact their own IT section or provider in relation to their organisations own security protocols prior to using this service.
Court staff are not able to give technical assistance in relation to this service.
Please contact your own IT staff or service provider.
The Court welcomes your feedback on this initiative and if you have any initial questions regarding the service please contact the Acting Court Manager, Andrew Cox on 6233 7158 or Andrew.Smart@justice.tas.gov.au.