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Administrative Law eFiling

eFiling is available for all contested case proceedings, and state agencies can eFile in rulemaking matters. Though use of eFiling is voluntary at this time, parties are encouraged to eFile as a way of reducing costs and improving efficiency. Please note that parties to Workers' Compensation matters use a separate eFiling system

Access the eFiling System

If you already have an account, visit the eFiling login page.


Review the following documents to learn how to request a login and use the eFiling system:


Absent case-related circumstances, all exhibits must be be eFiled, regardless of the proceeding's location. This applies to all hearings: motion hearings, attorney fee hearings, and in-person and video evidentiary hearings. Review the best practices for eFiling exhibits in the Administrative Law Division for tips.

Courtroom technology allows parties to electronically display exhibits in the hearing room. Judges will only request paper courtesy copies when there is a case-specific need.

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