The Louisiana Court of Appeal, First Circuit, has instituted electronic filing on a voluntary basis as at June 16th, 2014. E-filing can be conducted via the EClerk’s Counter portal, which is located on the left side menu on the First Circuit’s home page: http://www.la-fcca.org. E-filing is authorized under Louisiana Court of Appeal, First Circuit, Local […]
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With over 15 years of appellate procedural practice experience, attorney Natasha Monell (Record Press, Inc. NYC) relates key differences between paper and e-filing procedures in the federal appellate circuits, including how newer e-filing rules work in tandem with traditional paper filings in all federal circuits. In this 5-minute video, practitioners will learn federal circuit court-specific […]
If online videos had a standard rating system by an accepted organization, then this video from the University of Virginia School of Law on Strategies for Appellate Brief Writing would surely win Best-in-Class. Given as a seminar resource for 3rd-year law students, the presentation by Hogan & Hartson partners Catherine Stetson and Chris Handman hosted […]
From Notice of Appeal to filing; learn proper procedures for filing your appendix, brief and accompanying documents in all federal circuit courts of appeals. Procedural practice veteran attorney Natasha Monell dissects Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure with a focus on the 2nd Circuit, and highlights key local rules adopted by various circuits in this 15-minute […]
Get concise e-filing rules for New York’s two e-file enabled appeals courts in this brief video from attorney Natasha Monell, including the Clerk’s unwritten electronic filing preferences in the First Department.
2013 How To Guide |The Waves of Technology in the Legal Sector Read an illuminating article covering the history of the federal CM/ECF System, which led to the progression of electronic filing systems nationwide. Our own Natasha Monell, Esq. writes this history-based article for the New York Law Journal’s special How-to section.
Learn from a veteran NY appellate division procedural practice attorney in this seminar video on each of the four New York Appellate Divisions covering filing rules, content requirements, brief specifications and document formats.
Watch attorney Natasha Monell give an informative session on procedural rules for filing an appeal in New York’s appellate courts system.