On January 24, 2024 at 12:30 p.m. OATH will host a virtual town hall on updates from the Special Education Hearings Division. Register and submit questions using the links on the event flyer.
Latest Update: OATH is holding remote hearings, trials, conferences, and Help Center sessions. In-person appearances are also available upon request. Read these detailed instructions for more information.
On June 9, 2021 OATH announced the inaugural members of the Advisory Committee on Creative Conflict Resolution, which will guide the work of OATH’s Center for Creative Conflict Resolution as it expands it work throughout the city. Read the press release.
On May, 17, 2021 OATH announced a new, convenient call-back feature for respondents using its Hearing by Phone option. Hearings by Phone remain the predominant method for appearing for hearings on civil summonses as OATH offices remain closed to the general public. Read the press release.
On February 12, 2021 OATH surpassed a milestone: conducting remote hearings for more than 100,000 cases during the pandemic. Read the press release.
On October 15, 2020 OATH announced that all summonses covered by the Criminal Justice Reform Act of 2016 can be resolved by completing an online e-learning module rather than payment of the fine. Read the press release.
On September 4, 2020 OATH announced that all recipients of summonses filed at OATH can opt-in for text message reminders. Read the press release.