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Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) Training Available for Attorneys and Judicial Partners in eCourts Track 3 Counties
Portal and File & Serve (eFiling) training sessions are now available for attorneys and judicial partners in eCourts Track 3 counties.
This document shares important guidance for eCourts users.
The Tech Fair showcased court technology currently being utilized in courthouses across North Carolina.
Justin Green, Lora T. Baker, and M. Jason Williams have been appointed to serve in district courts.
The Supreme Court’s order amending the rules was adopted on October 18, 2023, and becomes effective on November 20, 2023.
This award is presented to courthouse employees whose contributions have demonstrated the highest commitment to genuine professionalism.
Adjustments to courthouse operations will begin the weeks prior to October 9 to support the transition to eCourts.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Heath Nance to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 13 (Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus).
Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments: Judge Allison Riggs to Supreme Court and Carolyn Thompson to Court of Appeals.
NCAOC has scheduled virtual training sessions for attorneys and various judicial partners. Register for a session. Additional dates added.
eFiling is Coming to Mecklenburg County Courts: Training Dates Announced for Attorneys and Judicial Partners
Training sessions will be offered for civil and criminal. Register for a session. Additional virtual dates added.
Attorneys may update their profile at portal.ncbar.gov to include a mailing address, phone number, and email to be used for Rule 5 service.
Governor Cooper has appointed Kendra Montgomery-Blinn to serve as district court judge in Durham County.
Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth Dierauf and Official Court Reporter Kimmel McDiarmid are the recipients of the most recent award.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Judge C. Ashley Gore to serve as superior court judge in Judicial District 13A (Bladen and Columbus).
Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments to North Carolina District and Special Superior Courts.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Joel Oakley to serve as district court judge in Judicial District 18 (Guilford County).
Attorneys can now file under Criminal Motions and Order for DA Review in File and Serve if documents need to be reviewed by the DA's office.
The update provides access to confidential records in all cases for which an attorney is listed as an attorney of record.