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ELEVENTH CIRCUIT GUIDE TO ELECTRONIC FILING
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit requires attorneys to file documents electronically, subject to exceptions set forth in the Eleventh Circuit Rules and this Guide, using the Electronic Case Files (“ECF”) system. Non-incarcerated pro se parties are permitted file documents electronically using the ECF system, unless the Court revokes that permission.
Participation in the ECF System
Participation in the ECF system by attorneys is mandatory. See 11th Cir. R. 25-3. Reasonable exceptions will be allowed, upon motion and a showing of good cause. Participation in the ECF system by non-incarcerated pro se parties is voluntary.
Table of Contents
4. Mandatory Electronic Filing/Exceptions
5. Entry on the Docket/Official Court Record
6. Filing Deadlines/Technical Failure
7. Service of Documents
8. Access to Documents
9. Documents Under Seal
10. Briefs/Petitions for Rehearing/Petitions for En Banc Consideration
12. Privacy Protection/Redactions
US 11th Circuit Court of Appeals | CM/ECF Guide to Electronic Filing