- Electronic Filing at the Appeals Court
The Appeals Court now accepts electronic filing for self-represented litigants in non-impounded cases. See this page for instructions, guidance, and updates.
- Amicus Briefs
Amicus briefs are requested in 16-P-694. Learn more.
- Reduced Number of Copies of Brief and Appendix Required
The Appeals Court is reducing the number of copies of the brief and record appendix that must be filed: only 4 copies each of the brief and record appendix need be filed with the Clerk with 2 copies served on counsel for each party separately represented, and only 2 copies of each exhibit volume and 1 copy of each transcript need be filed with the Clerk with 1 copy of each served on counsel for each party separately represented.
- Civil Appeals Clinic
Free assistance with appeals and the appeals process is available to qualifying, low-income persons at the Civil Appeals Clinic at the Appeals Court Clerk's Office. Clinic hours are Wednesdays, 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
- Appeals Court Standing Order Concerning Docketing Statements for All Appeals (Civil and Criminal)
- Register for Clerk's Office Announcements