Upcoming Webinar: An E-Filing Primer – Demystifying PACER and CM/ECF

January 7, 2013

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An E-Filing Primer –
Demystifying PACER and CM/ECF
 

January 22, 2012
10:00 am Pacific/12:00 pm Central/1:00 pm Eastern

A One-Hour Webinar

Join live or view the recorded sessions!

The Case Management/Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF) system is the Federal Judiciary’s comprehensive case management system for the majority of the bankruptcy, district and appellate courts. Utilizing the Internet, PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) delivers access to filed documents, while CM/ECF allows the courts to accept filings.

The combined systems keep out-of-pocket expenses low, allow concurrent access to case files by multiple parties, and offer expanded search and reporting capabilities. The systems also provide the ability to immediately update dockets and make them available to users, file pleadings electronically with the court, and download documents and print them directly from the court system.

In this one hour webinar, veteran paralegal Pamela J. Starr, CBA, J.S.M., will review the basics of PACER and CM/ECF. Ms. Starr will demonstrate:

  • The Why & How of CM/ECF
  • How to View Court Documents Online
  • Document Retrieval
  • What You Need to E-File
  • How to E-File – A Step-by-Step Guide
  • Answer FAQs, etc.

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Pamela J. Starr, CBA, J.S.M. StarrParalegals, LLC

In 2008, with 20+ years of paralegal experience, Pamela Starr created StarrParalegals, LLC, to provide virtual paralegal services to attorneys specializing in Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights, Commercial Transactions and UCC. A certified paralegal since 1983, Pamela became a Certified Bankruptcy Assistant (“CBA”) in 2006. No stranger to online and distance learning, in May 2012, Pamela graduated, cum laude, from Thomas Jefferson School of Law with a Master of Science of Law (J.S.M.) in Bankruptcy & Restructuring and E-commerce and it currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Training & Development from Roosevelt University.

Ms. Starr is an active member in several professional associations, including the Georgia Association of Paralegals (“GAP”), the Association of Bankruptcy Judicial Assistants (“ABJA”), the National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals (“NAFLP”), as well as, the Atlanta Bar Association (“ABA”), American Bar Association (“ABA”), and the American Bankruptcy Institute (“ABI”).

During her career, Pamela has served as an Advisory Board Member for the Institute for Paralegal Education (“IPE”); been a featured speaker at numerous paralegal events and webinars; been published in the National Paralegal Reporter, the e-book, Sixty-Six Tips from Your Virtual Paralegal Success Team, and “Virtual Paralegals’ Top Ten Favorites”. She has also been featured by BankruptcyProfessional.com, The Fulton County Daily Report,  & Law Technology News; recognized in 2011 by ParalegalGateway as a Paralegal Superstar; and nominated by her peers in 2011 for Georgia Powerhouse Paralegal. In 2012, her blog, Pamela the Paralegal, was named to the Top 25 Paralegal Blogs by the Criminal Justice Degree Schools.

Classes are subject to change or cancellation. No refunds.
Attendees may apply a credit towards another course or provide a substitute.

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