Courts Directory Illinois Supreme Court - Springfield Supreme District: 4 | Circuit: 7thSangamon County Supreme Court Building200 E. Capitol AvenueSpringfield, IL - Illinois 62701 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 217-792-2035 Visit Website Links ADA Court Messaging Center eFileIL (Statewide e-Filing) Electronic Device Policy Holiday Schedule Language Access Online Records Supreme Court Clerk's Office Supreme Court Library Resources Child Waiting Room A children's waiting room is not available at the courthouse. Copier A public copier is not available. Digital Recording Audio and video recordings of oral arguments before the Supreme Court may be found at: http://ilcourts-2020.lrsws.co/courts/supreme-court/oral-argument-audio-and-video/ E-filing Kiosk Supreme Court Clerk's Office, 200 E. Capitol Avenue, Springfield, IL. Instructions are available in the Clerk's office on how to use the e-filing kiosk. Electronic Access to Case Records re:SearchIL: (online records): https://researchil.tylerhost.net/CourtRecordsSearch/Home Food Food and beverages are not available in the courthouse. Free Parking Parking is Metered outside of the courthouse. Handicap parking is available from the Second Street entrance. Internet Public Internet computer is not available. Law Library Illinois Supreme Court, 200 E. Capitol Avenue, Second Floor, Springfield, IL 62701. Telephone number is 217-782-2424. All patrons may access Westlaw, as well as print and copy materials (no cost for up to 50 pages). At this time, the library is providing in-person services by appointment only. A patron can make an appointment by calling 782-2424 and speaking with a librarian. Visit http://illinoiscourts.gov/SupremeCourt/library.asp or questions may be submitted to SCLibrary_Questions@illinoiscourts.gov. Lockers Storage lockers are not available at the courthouse. Mobile Devices Allowed Mobile Devices are not allowed in the Supreme Court Courtroom. Public Transportation Public Transportation is available in Springfield, IL (see http://www.smtd.org/) . Self-Help Center A legal Self-Help Center is not available in the courthouse.