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Mandatory eFiling Plan for Attorneys Filing in Oregon: OJD Notice to Attorneys - FAQs

Proposed Order Filings and Proposed Judgments now accepted in all Odyssey Courts. See Chief Justice Order 14-035 Authorizing Electronic Filing of Proposed Orders and Judgments

Effective July 1, 2014: Chief Justice Order 14-038 Establishing Permanent Fees For Use of OJCIN (Oregon Judicial Case Information Network) Systems   Go to OJCIN homepage for more information.

Chief Justice Announces Document Access for Bar Members - May 1, 2014

Document Access for OSB Members and Designated Government Users (DGUs); Online Document Access FAQs; Document Access for Other Qualified Users: Requesting Document Access

List of Designated Government Users - Entities and Agencies 

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Oregon eCourt Implementation News 

July 7, 2014 - eFiling Opens in Multnomah County Circuit Court

May 12, 2014 - "Multnomah County Circuit Court's Transition to [Oregon] eCourt Going Smoothly So Far" - Oregon Live (pdf)

May 12, 2014 - Multnomah County Circuit Court GOES LIVE with the Oregon eCourt Case Information System

May 7, 2014 - "Oregon Courts Move into a New Electronic Age" - OregonLive (pdf)

January 2014 - March 2014 Implementation News

Oregon eCourt Map: Check the rollout status for your county

The rollout map includes pilot courts, implementation info, and ePayment rollout

Oregon eCourt Implementation Schedule: Check currently scheduled dates for rollout of the Oregon eCourt Case Information system and File & Serve in Oregon circuit courts.

About Oregon eCourt: Past, Present, and Future

About Oregon eCourt includes objectives, vision, guiding principles, and history 

2014 Update from the Chief Justice

          Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Balmer

The latest on the progress of Oregon eCourt - Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer