***Update 4/10/18: The date and price of this event have been changed by Cook County. These changes are reflected below.***
One Legal’s Alex Braun will join Chicago Daily Law Bulletin editor Marc Karlinsky and Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown to answer questions about Cook County’s new eFiling system at a public question-and-answer session later this month.
Karlinksy will moderate the panel discussion, “E-Filing in Illinois: Where Do We Go From Here?”, from 8-10 a.m. Tuesday, May 15 at the University Club of Chicago. The event, co-sponsored by Law Bulletin Media and the Cook County Clerk’s Office, will give Chicago law firms an opportunity to learn and ask questions about eFileIL—the common eFiling platform that is being adopted by every court in Illinois—just days before its rollout for all civil case types in Cook County.
The programming will focus particularly on the new concept of eFiling service providers (EFSPs), which allow law firms to file civil cases across county lines from one interface.
What’s an EFSP?
An eFiling service provider, or EFSP, is an online portal that allows you to file civil cases in multiple counties. By this summer, using an EFSP will allow you to file civil cases in every Illinois court except the Circuit Court of DuPage County (which has until 2019 to join the eFileIL system).
Unlike Cook County’s first-generation eFiling system, which was accessed through a portal on the clerk’s website, eFileIL lets filers choose their own portal for filing in any court in Illinois. Each EFSP comes with a unique set of capabilities, support and per-filing pricing.
How to attend the Cook County eFiling roundtable
Due to venue constraints, seating is limited. To attend, please register at the link below:
E-Filing in Illinois: Where Do We Go From Here?
Tuesday, May 15
University Club of Chicago
76 E. Monroe St.
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Register online or on-site
$39 (includes continental breakfast)
7:30 – 8:30 a.m. | On-site registration
8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. | Panel discussion