Wisconsin Supreme Court Notice
Final Order 23-03: Interim Rule Governing Filing in the Wisconsin Supreme Court for Judicial/Attorney Proceedings
This matter comes before the Wisconsin Supreme Court upon the court's own motion as part of the phased transition to mandatory electronic filing in Wisconsin's appellate courts. This order addresses the requirements for the filing and service of documents in "judicial/attorney proceedings," defined infra, before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, following the implementation of mandatory eFiling for all other cases, as set forth in S. Ct. Order 19-02C & 20-07C, 2023 WI 10 (issued Feb. 21, 2023, eff. Apr. 1, 2023), and the corresponding Second Amended Revised Interim Rule.
ORDER ISSUED: June 12, 2023
DISPOSITIONS: 1) The Clerk of the Supreme Court, in collaboration with the Consolidated Court Automation Programs ("CCAP") and the supreme court, shall develop processes and procedures to expand the capability of the WSCCA system to allow for eFiling of all documents in the categories of judicial/attorney proceedings described above, including filings not subject to Wis. Stat. Ch. 809;
2) The Clerk of the Supreme Court shall provide updates to this court, beginning Sept. 1, 2023, and every six months thereafter, as to the status of updating the WSCCA system to allow eFiling in such cases;
3) The Interim Rule Governing Filing in the Wisconsin Supreme Court for Judicial/Attorney Proceedings, attached as Appendix A, is adopted, effective July 1, 2023, governing filing and service requirements of documents in judicial/attorney proceedings;
4) The Interim Rule Governing Filing in the Wisconsin Supreme Court for Judicial/Attorney Proceedings shall remain in effect until the WSCCA system has been updated to allow eFiling in such cases and until further order of this court.
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