Official Notices Sent By the Office of the Appellate Clerk in Supreme and Appellate Court Matters
Effective July 1, 2019, official notices in Supreme and Appellate Court matters will be delivered only electronically
to the E-Services Inbox to attorneys, law firms and self-represented parties who have an E-Services account and have filed an appellate access
form (JD-AC-015) when required by Practice Book Section 60-7 (c).* Paper notices via U.S. mail will continue to be issued for attorneys and
self-represented parties who are excluded or exempt from the requirements of e-filing and for notification of matters listed on the Appellate
Court's Motion Calendar.
Effective July 1, 2019, post card notices for the dockets and the assignments of cases will no longer be provided. The
electronic posting on the Judicial Branch website shall be the official notice of the dockets and the assignments. See Practice Book Sections
69-1 and 69-3.
*Note: All self-represented parties must have an account with E-Services unless excluded or exempt from electronic filing
pursuant to Practice Book Sections 60-7 and 60-8. To enroll, see https://eservices.jud.ct.gov/External/NewUser.aspx. All nonexempt, self-represented
parties in family matters, child protection matters, matters involving protected information and in all other matters in which the self-represented
party’s user identification number has not already been provided must submit an appellate electronic access form (JDAC-015). This form must be filed
within ten days of the filing of the appeal. Filing instructions are included on the form. A fillable PDF version of this form can be found at:
http://www.jud.ct.gov/webforms/forms/AC015.pdf. Failure to comply with this rule may result in the dismissal of the appeal or the imposition of sanctions
pursuant to Practice Book Section 85-1.