The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Courts

Kings County

The New York State Unified Court System is committed to fully complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act by ensuring that all individuals with disabilities have full and equal access to the courts. In each courthouse, there is a key person—an ADA liaison who can assist court users in obtaining accommodations.  Individuals seeking accommodations are encouraged to call or email their local Court ADA Liaison as soon as possible in advance of the appearance date.

For information regarding accessibility in a specific court, including the local ADA Liaison, accessible entrances and related services, select the county and court in which you are interested through the links provided in the chart below.

For more information on ADA and the Courts, please visit the Unified Court System’s ADA website:



Supreme Court - Criminal Term Family
Criminal Court Civil Court Surrogate's Court Redhook Community Justice Center

320 Jay Street

330 Jay Street

120 Schermerhorn Street

141 Livingston Street
(Civil & Housing)


360 Adams Street
(Civil Supreme)

2 Johnson Street

88-94 Visitation Place


For more information on ADA and the courts, please visit our ADA web pages.