"After years of pilot projects and theoretical discussions, many members of the judicial community express strong interest in learning more about how to improve court operations by implementing
e-filing. Greater understanding of the options available to courts, and more education about rules changes, case type selection, cost recovery, and best practices for how to get started will smooth
the way to more rapid adoption."
Summary of Key Findings
• Courts Recognize a Continuing Problem with Caseloads and Managing Paper.
• Momentum is Clearly Growing for E-filing.
• Support from Clerks and Legal Community Expected.
• E-filing May Provide a New Source of Non-tax Funding.
• Potential Barriers Identified.