Get ready for mandatory eFiling in Alameda County



Get the eFiling essentials you need for successful eFiling in Alameda

Lindsey Dean

Director of Marketing


On January 1, 2022, the Superior Court of Alameda County will require eFiling for all limited and unlimited Civil cases, including unlawful detainers, small claims, civil harassment restraining orders, and civil appeals. This mandate applies only to represented parties.

Prepare for mandatory eFiling in Alameda Superior Court by joining us for a deeper dive into the eFiling process for this county. We'll provide a comprehensive overview of the new rules and requirements that should be on your team's radar while answering any questions that you've had come up so far.

You will learn:

  • County-specific rules and requirements
  • Which documents are exempt from eFiling
  • Where to find answers to common eFiling questions
  • How to avoid the most frequent rejection reasons
  • And more...

Stay tuned until the end for a demo of the One Legal platform as well as a live Q&A (previously recorded) with eFiling experts.

Lindsey leads strategic marketing and growth at InfoTrack. She has been a writer and researcher in the legal profession for more than 6 years and has authored reports and articles on eFiling, service of process, trends in the legal support field, and more.

Apryl Johnston

Customer Success Manager


Apryl provides our customers with training resources and tools to support their transition to eFiling as California courts go online. She has produced numerous webinars on eFiling, eService, service of process, and more.