The Supreme Court and accessibility

The Supreme Court and accessibility

Website accessibility policy

The Supreme Court is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to the widest range of people, where possible. Where we cannot meet this requirement, we review how we can improve the user experience to make understanding of the content easier.

We actively work to ensure increased accessibility and usability which enables this website to conform to World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

The website has been designed, where possible, to meet the following standards:

  • W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0 Conformance Level Double A
  • Valid W3C HTML5
  • Valid W3C CSS 1.0

Further information

For further advice on website accessibility and usability please visit the BBC's My Web My Way website.


The Supreme Court always welcomes feedback as to how we can improve accessibility and usability of this particular site.

If you are experiencing any problems accessing any part of the website then please contact our enquiries team: