Oregon Judicial Department
OJD eFiling - File a Case Electronically
Court Calendars: Check Court Dockets
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
NOTE: "Oregon eCourt" is not affiliated with Sustain Technologies Inc or with eCourt®, a registered trademark of Sustain Technologies Inc
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
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 includes objectives, vision, guiding principles, and history
2014 Update from the Chief Justice
The latest on the progress of Oregon eCourt - Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer
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