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Electronic Filing In North Carolina: Using The Internet Instead Of The Interstate, Deborah Leonard Parker Jul 2000

Electronic Filing In North Carolina: Using The Internet Instead Of The Interstate, Deborah Leonard Parker

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Traditionally, an attorney working down to the wire on an appellate brief has to be done by the courier service’s deadline. If the deadline is missed, the attorney must then race, for possibly hours, down the interstate to reach the courthouse in time. North Carolina has adopted a system that eliminates this pressure.


A Review Of Electronic Court Filing In The United States, Bradley J. Hillis Jul 2000

A Review Of Electronic Court Filing In The United States, Bradley J. Hillis

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The rise of e-commerce has caused many courts to begin filing and storing pleadings electronically. This article discusses e-filing software, the benefits to and development of extensible mark-up language (“XML”) for legal documents, and the impact the future of e-filing.


New Technologies And Appellate Practice, Philip A. Talmadge Jul 2000

New Technologies And Appellate Practice, Philip A. Talmadge

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Technology can help enhance appellate practices. In particular, technology can improve appellate courts’: (1) electronic filing and argument of appellate cases; (2) digital maintenance of the record; (3) briefs; (4) dissemination of opinions; and (5) record storage.