Appellete Court e-filing goes live in January
The Michigan Supreme Court (MSC) and the Michigan Court of Appeals (COA) has announced that their new e-filing system will go live in January. The system, authorized by MSC Administrative Order 2014-23, will be available in the MSC beginning Jan. 5, 2015, and in the COA beginning Jan. 20, 2015.
Initially, e-filing will be voluntary for filers in all case types, but the MSC and COA anticipate that e-filing will eventually become mandatory. The experience gained from this voluntary program will help determine future parameters.
Rhoades McKee welcomes Appleman
“As a long term participant in the GRBA/Floyd Skinner clerkship program, we have seen again and again the benefits of adding to our diversity. Jackie is a terrific example of someone who is not only destined to become a great lawyer but enriches our practice with her presence,” stated Mark R. Smith, Vice President of Associate Development.
Prior to and during law school, she gained valuable experience as a legal research assistant for the University of Iowa, a legal intern for the Iowa State Public Defender’s Office, and an intern at American Red Cross of Washtenaw County.
Appleman is a recent graduate from University of Iowa College of Law. She earned her bachelors from University of Michigan.
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