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Web-based Training to eFile and eServe in Any Minnesota District Court That Offers the Service
Live Web-based (Webinar) sessions are available for attorneys, law firm administrators, and legal staff members wishing to register for eFiling. The sessions last approximately 90 minutes, with time for questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
If you have previously registered your firm and previously attended training for eFiling and eServing in a particular district court, you do not need to re-register and attend training again. Registration and training is applicable statewide, regardless of when you plan to or are able to eFile in a particular court.
- Monday, December 9 at 8:30 a.m. - Register
- Monday, December 16 at 8:30 a.m. - Register
- Additional session links coming soon
A recording of a live Web-based (Webinar) session is also available for attorneys, law firm administrators, legal staff members, and others wishing to register for eFile and eServe. Viewing this recorded Webinar is an option for those whose schedule does not permit attendance at either the live Web-based (Webinar) sessions or the in-person training sessions in Hennepin County District Court. The recording runs 1 hour and 42 minutes.
Recorded eFile and eServe Webinar- While viewing this recording, you do not need to call in as instructed. Call-ins are only necessary when particpating in the live sessions listed above.
In-person Training for eFiling and eServing in Hennepin County District Court
In-person training is being offered by court staff at the Hennepin County Government Center.
Sign up for in-person training in a Hennepin County location
10 Rules to Follow When eFiling- A Free CLE Sponsored by the State Court Administrator's Office Legal Counsel Division
Since September 16, 2013, attorneys have been required to file civil cases electronically in nine more county district courts in addition to Hennepin and Ramsey (Cass, Clay, Cook, Dakota, Faribault, Kandiyohi, Lake, Morrison, and Washington). Carla Heyl, Director, Legal Counsel Division, and Michael B. Johnson, Senior Legal Counsel of the Minnesota State Court Administrator’s Office, cover court rules that attorneys need to know about eFiling in Minnesota district courts. Topics covered include common errors by attorneys, the new requirement that all electronically-filed documents must be submitted in a searchable PDF format, eService requirements, and confidentiality requirements, including restrictive identifiers. This CLE is not intended to replace eFile and eServe training (see the options above) that is available for those wishing to register for and use the Judicial Branch eFile and eServe system.
Recorded on September 10, 2013, at the Office of the Revisor of Statutes. Presenters: Carla Heyl, Director, Legal Counsel Division, State Court Administrator’s Office; Michael Johnson, Senior Attorney, Legal Counsel Division, State Court Administrator’s Office. An overview of areas of focus for attorneys that are using eFile & eServe in Minnesota. Learn about: signing up for eService; searchable PDFs; document security classification; case types; and other helpful information.
If you have completed your training, you may proceed to file your case.