The Sikkim High Court (, ) is the High Court of the state of Sikkim. The history of the court can be traced back to 1955, when the High Court of Judicature (Jurisdiction and Powers) Proclamation, 1955 was issued to establish a High Court in Sikkim. In 1975, Sikkim became a part of India, and the court, which was earlier the national court, now became a state court.
The seat of the court is at Gangtok, the administrative capital of the state. The court has a sanctioned judge strength of 3.
The Chief Justice
The current Chief Justice is P. D. Dinakaran. He assumed the charge on 9 August, 2010.