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La. 5th Circuit’s electronic-notice system

The Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal has introduced a system for electronic notification. I just registered a minute ago, so I can’t give you a review of its operation. Here is the blurb describing what it will do:

With our eNotification service, you will receive instant notification of filings via email rather than through the mail. In addition, detailed information regarding your cases is available online through our portal.

Although I can’t tell you yet how well the Louisiana Fifth Circuit's system works, in my experience, the electronic-notice systems at the Louisiana First and Fourth Circuits work well, providing same-day notice of any action taken by the court in my cases. To read about and register for the Louisiana Fifth Circuit’s system, click here.


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