Electronic Filing (eFiling) Training Opportunities

Watch a video!
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Take a webinar!
The next webinar is scheduled for
June 21, 2016, from 2-3:30 p.m.

Step 1: At least one day before the webinar, review the appropriate directions
below for accessing the webinar/virtual classroom:

  Using a PC or Laptop Using an iOS device (iPad or iPhone)

Step 2: You may enter the virtual classroom no earlier than 1:45 p.m. the day of training
via this
link to training →   http://meetingcenter.courts.mo.gov/jun212016/  
Select the radio button for 'Enter as a Guest,' type your name and click 'Enter Room.'
A message will alert you if you are too early.

You may receive the following message while accessing the Attorney webinar. It is not
necessary to install the Add-in. Please click 'No.'
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→  Attorney eFiling CLE Hours: Sponsor Information (FY16)
→ Attorney eFiling CLE Hours: Sponsor Information (FY15)
→ Attorney eFiling CLE Hours: Sponsor Information (FY14)
→ Attorney eFiling CLE Hours: Sponsor Information (FY13)

This 90-minute webinar is to inform attorneys of the rules for the new eFiling procedures and
to demonstrate the process and procedures to eFile cases with the court including:
registration, filing a case, uploading documents, setting up accounts and paying fees,
and how to access cases on Secure Case.net. This webinar includes a short survey and
is worth 1.8 CLEs.

Learning Objectives:
Explain the definition of eFiling
Provide an overview of registration and the requirements for eFiling
Review the eFiling Rules
Direct users to eFiling information available from the "Your Missouri Courts" website
Demonstrate procedures for eFiling a new case and filing on an existing case
Explain electronic notifications, submissions and reasons for returned submissions
Demonstrate accessing documents on Secure Case.net
Explain confidential case information accessibility
 Training Materials:                                                         
 The Missouri eFiling System Powerpoint
 How to eFile a New Case in the Circuit Court
  How to eFile on an Existing Case in the Circuit Court