The Palace of the Chancellery is a building in the Plaza Nueva in Granada. It was built by king of Spain Charles I between 1531 and 1587 to house the Royal Chancery of Granada.
It now houses the headquarters of the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia. It was also declared a building of cultural interest and is considered the most emblematic Mannerist work in the city. It was the first building of its kind to be built in Spain to host a court of law.