Mandatory eFiling in Oregon Appellate Courts effective June 1, 2015

April 27, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, eFiling will be mandatory for active Oregon State Bar (OSB) members in the Oregon Supreme Court and the Oregon Court of Appeals.  Active OSB members will be required to eFile in the appellate courts on and after that date, unless a waiver is obtained or court rule allows conventional filing.

Separate Account Required for Appellate eFiling

Use of the Appellate eFiling system requires a separate account from the Oregon circuit court eFiling system (File and Serve) and the circuit court and appellate court case access systems (OJCIN and ACMS).

Appellate eFiling Rules

The rules governing Appellate eFiling can be found in the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure Chapter 16, as incorporated in and amended by Chief Justice/Chief Judge Order (CJO) 15-013/15-01 (effective June 1, 2015), available here.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Appellate eFiling

For more information, please visit OJD's website and consult Oregon Appellate Court Mandatory eFiling Frequently Asked Questions here.