New York State Unified Court System
NYSCEF - New York State Courts Electronic Filing (Live System)

This site allows NYS attorneys and other authorized persons to file legal papers by electronic means. E-filing is authorized for certain case types in certain courts. See our Authorized Courts and Case Types page.


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  2. SEND A DOCUMENT USING EDDS
    Parties may utilize the Unified Court System Electronic Document Delivery System to send a document to many courts where e-filing is not yet authorized, or where authorized*, to send a Stipulation of Consent or Letter Application to Convert a matter to E-Filing. For more information, see Sending Documents to the Court Using EDDS.

    *Note: If you are filing a Stipulation & Consent to E-Filing in Bronx, New York, or Queens Supreme Court, please log into NYSCEF.

    For emergency applications ONLY - in Supreme Court civil cases outside of regular court hours, call (800) 430-8457 or email emergency@nycourts.gov.
  3. Notice Seeking Comments on Electronic Filing Program
    In preparation for an annual report on e-filing, to be submitted to the Chief Judge, the Governor, and the Legislature, the Chief Administrative Judge is seeking comments from the public addressing users’ experience with NYSCEF. Observations and recommendations are welcome from attorneys, litigants, and other members of the public. View Posted Notice

    Interested parties may email comments to efilingcomments@nycourts.gov, or submit them by letter to Jeffrey Carucci, 25 Beaver St, Room 1062 - New York, New York 10004.

    Please submit any comments by December 22, 2021

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* If you have an Attorney Online Services account (created in Attorney Registration Online), you can now log into NYSCEF with your Attorney Registration Number and password. New attorney users can get immediate access to NYSCEF by clicking on the Create Account button and following the instructions after choosing Create Attorney Online Services Account.