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Louisiana Supreme Court E-Filing
allows counsel to electronically file documents with the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Please review the E-Filing User Manual on the FAQ page
and Rule XLII on the Filing Rules page
before becoming a Registered User. Once your registration is accepted by the Louisiana
Supreme Court and you have agreed to the terms and conditions of use, you may electronically
Only members in good standing of the Louisiana State Bar Association are eligible
to become registered users of E-Filing at this time.
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