How to Register

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How to Register
Last Updated: May 26, 2005


Training classes for attorneys and their staff will be held at the Court's divisional offices in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Durham.  Please complete the registration form below:

If you are a registered ECF user in another District, you DO NOT have to attend Training. Please fill out the Registration Form and mail it to the court. Please indicate on the form the districts in which you are registered. The attorney must sign the Registration Form. Upon receipt of your form, we will e-mail you a training database login and password and a short assignment. Upon completion of the assignment, we will check your entries and assign you a login and password to our live database.

Attorneys attending a training class should fill out the Registration Form and mail it to the court before the date of the class. Also before attending the class, please review the Technology Requirements for using CM/ECF and our Administrative Guide for ECF.

Each attendee MUST be registered individually.

PLEASE make certain of the date you wish to attend. Changing classes after Registration involves calling Amanda Waite or Matt Brittain at the court and re-registering for a new class, which will be subject to availability.

Limited Use Participants

Currently the Court is not issuing logins for "Limited Use Participants" such as creditors.

NOTE:  Use of the CM/ECF system is limited to authorized users. As indicated in the Attorney/Participant Registration Form signed by all registered users, the combination of an authorized password and user identification constitutes the participant's "signature" of any documents that are submitted electronically through the CM/ECF system. Passwords should not be shared with unauthorized users, as only the authorized attorney/participant will be deemed to have signed the pleading for purposes of Fed. R. Bankr. Pro. 9011. If there is any reason to suspect that your password has been compromised in any way, it is your responsibility to immediately notify the Court so that the password can be changed.