An attorney or group of attorneys responsible for
an advertisement that must be filed in accordance
with Practice Book §2-28A must do so, in full or in
part, electronically through E-Services unless
granted an exemption by the Statewide Bar Counsel’s
To file an advertisement
electronically, the attorney should first
log onto E-Services with the attorney’s
individual juris number. If a group of attorneys are
filing the advertisement, one of them should log
onto E-Services with his or her individual juris
After logging onto E-Services, the
attorney should select the “File an Attorney
Advertisement Feature” then select the “Attorney
Advertisement Electronic Submission Form.” The
logged in attorney’s name and information will be
displayed at the top of the electronic form.
The attorney should next enter the individual juris
numbers of each attorney responsible for the
advertisement. As the juris numbers are entered they
will be displayed with information about that
The attorney next should select
the type of advertisement to be filed. The choices
are URL(s), Print Advertisements, or Multi-Media
For website addresses only,
select URL(s) and type in the domain name of each
website being registered.
Advertisements, create a PDF of the advertisement
and save it to the computer’s hard drive. Next, use
the Browse button on the attorney advertising
electronic filing form to find the saved PDF on the
hard drive. Double click the advertisement, then
select the Update button to attach the advertisement
to the electronic filing form.
Click here for more information on creating a PDF.
If the PDF is greater than 20 MB in size, the
attorney advertising electronic filing form must
still be completed and filed electronically through
E-Services, but a hard copy of the advertisement
must be mailed to the Statewide Grievance Committee.
The hard copy of the advertisement must clearly
indicate the file number as found on the electronic
filing receipt (see instruction 11). For technical
problems, please refer to the
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advertisements, the electronic filing form must be
completed and filed electronically through
E-Services, but the advertisement itself will be
submitted in hard copy format on either a CD in MP3
format (radio and other non-video advertisements) or
a video DVD (television and other video
advertisements) The CD or DVD must clearly indicate
on it the file number as found on the electronic
filing receipt (see instruction 11 below).
If the attorney needs to return to a previous
screen when filling out the attorney advertising
electronic filing form, the “Back” button on the
attorney’s web browser should not be used because it
is not supported by E-Services. Instead, the
attorney should use the option at the bottom of the
screen being viewed.
Once the electronic
filing form is submitted a screen confirming the
filing and assigning a file number will appear. This
screen should be printed for the attorney’s records.