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Navigating the Federal e-Filing Landscape 2024

Product ID: CA3614R6
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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Courts across the nation and in Wisconsin have implemented e-filing as standard practice, and federal courts have required e-filing since the mid-'90s. That means it’s incumbent on lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals to be well-versed in the rules and requirements for e-filing. If you need to brush up on your e-filing skills, or you’re new to the practice, now is your chance to access the latest e-filing tips, requirements, and guidelines.

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1 CLE

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Thursday, March 14, 202412:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 3/14/2024 12:00:00 PM 3/14/2024 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Navigating the Federal e-Filing Landscape 2024

File fabulously

Courts across the nation and in Wisconsin have implemented e-filing as standard practice, and federal courts have required e-filing since the mid-'90s. That means it’s incumbent on lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals to be well-versed in the rules and requirements for e-filing. If you need to brush up on your e-filing skills, or you’re new to the practice, now is your chance to access the latest e-filing tips, requirements, and guidelines.

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File fabulously

Courts across the nation and in Wisconsin have implemented e-filing as standard practice, and federal courts have required e-filing since the mid-'90s. That means it’s incumbent on lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals to be well-versed in the rules and requirements for e-filing. If you need to brush up on your e-filing skills, or you’re new to the practice, now is your chance to access the latest e-filing tips, requirements, and guidelines.

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With over 14 years of service in the Clerk’s Office, Amanda Chasteen has held various roles such as Intake Clerk, Case Manager, and Courtroom Deputy, eventually becoming the Assistant Operations Manager. Having traversed through many roles she has accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge in the intricacies of court operations. Amanda loves to travel to new locations with her family, her ideal place being on a beach with a good book and an umbrella. 

Becky Ray started with the Clerk’s Office in 2010 as an Intake Clerk.  Over the past 13 years, she also worked as a Case Manager and a Courtroom Deputy.  In these positions, she developed substantial knowledge about the federal court system, CM/ECF, and court policies and procedures, which she now uses in her current role as an HR/Training Specialist.  Becky is married with three children and has a passion for organization and photography. 

Paul Walter is the Training Specialist for the Eastern District of Wisconsin’s Bankruptcy Court. He received his undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University in music education magna cum laude. After graduation, he taught general music, bands, and choirs for two years in Little Rock, AR, before moving to Milwaukee and beginning his career with the Bankruptcy Court in 2014. In his time with the court, he has performed as a Case Manager, and a Courtroom Deputy, and began his role as Training Specialist in 2017.

  • Acquire skills to make registration for e-filing in the United States District Court and the Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District seamless 
  • Understand what types of cases are eligible for e-filing so you can use the e-filing system for a wide range of legal matters in compliance with court requirements
  • Learn the essentials of successful e-filing including document, format, and submission guidelines
  • Enhance document preparation proficiency to expedite the e-filing process and reduce the risk of errors
  • Uncover the technical specifications and requirements for navigating the digital terrain of the federal e-filing system
  • Learn critical e-filing deadlines and submission rules so you can meet filing timelines and avoid penalties or delays
  • Demystify the process of paying filing fees electronically
  • Discover training resources provided by the court to improve your understanding of the e-filing system
  • Learn what to do when you encounter technical difficulties in the e-filing process 
  • All paralegals
  • Legal administrators
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