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Jim McMillan Blogs on E-Filing and the Self-Represented

Jim McMillan of NCSC’s Court Technology Bulletin blogs today on his Rule 6 for e-filing. E-Filing Must Support the Self-Represented The whole post is very valuable, but here is some of the key language: So how are states going to … Continue reading

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E-Filing Assistance for the Self-Represented: Seattle Law Library Shows the Way

One day we will have integrated customer friendly e-filing linked to document assembly software on the one end, and court case management software on the other. Till then, kudos to those self-help oriented programs that are trying to make access … Continue reading

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New Mexico Legislative Analysis of Benefits of E-Filing

There is pending in the New Mexico legislature a proposal that would have the effect of shutting down e-filing. A state legislative analyst concludes in this analysis that a shutdown would have negative financial impacts. Some points made: Courts that … Continue reading

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