Registration/Training

 
RE: Local Rule 83.5 and CM/ECF Administrative Procedures (B)
 
1.  Attorneys Admitted to the Bar of this Court who Maintain an Office in Delaware:  (Updated: 11/18/2013)
 
Upon completion and certification of independent training on all CM/ECF tutorials and related topics available on the Court’s web site (under CM/ECF tab), qualified bar members may complete and electronically submit the attached registration form requesting a CM/ECF user account ID and password for use in e-filing and noticing.
 
 
2.  Attorneys Retained in Criminal Cases who are not Admitted to the Bar of this Court: (Updated: 6/30/2009)
 
Retained counsel in criminal cases must provide a current Certificate of Good Standing in accordance with the Court’s 6/30/09 Standing Order.
 
Upon completion and certification of independent training on all CM/ECF tutorials and related topics available on the Court’s web site (under CM/ECF tab), a qualified attorney retained in a criminal case may complete and submit their registration form requesting a CM/ECF user ID and password for use in e-filing and noticing.  The registration form must include a current certificate of good standing.
 
 
3.  Attorneys in one of the following categories: (Updated: 8/1/2010)
  • Admitted to the Bar of this Court - but does not maintain an office in Delaware.
  • Seeking CM/ECF filing rights and noticing in a Multi-District Litigation case transferred to District of Delaware.
  • Attorney is not admitted to this Court’s bar, who acts as CJA counsel or Federal Public Defender.
  • Attorney represents the United States or any federal agency, department, or official.
 
Please contact the Clerk’s Office Help Desk, at (302) 573-6170, in order to obtain the applicable CM/ECF registration form.  
 
 
4.  Attorneys Admitted Pro Hac Vice: (Updated 7/1/2012)
 
Once a pro hac vice motion is granted by the Court (See Local Rule 83.5 ( c ), a Pro Hac Vice admitted attorney may complete and electronically submit an E-noticing registration form on a case-by-case basis.  Pursuant to our local counsel rule, such registration does not provide for e-filing rights.
 
 
5.  Pro Se Party: (Updated 11/19/2013)  
 
A Pro Se party may file a Motion for Authorization fo File Electronically on a case-by-case basis. The Pro Se party must indicate that they have independently reviewed all of the tutorials and related topics on the Court’s web site, and have a PACER account. If authorized to file electronically, the party should contact the Clerk’s Office Help Desk, at (302) 573-6170, in order to obtain the applicable CM/ECF registration form.
 
 
Questions regarding CM/ECF registration should be directed to the Clerk’s Office Help Desk, at (302) 573-6170.