Change notification settings
This page allows you to specify which email and/or mailing address you want to use for different types of messages from the Supreme Court and its agencies and which contact information will display for you on the public Roll of Attorneys, the Mediator Registry, and/or the E-filing Public Service List.
IMPORTANT! You must select an email address for statewide e-service that you check regularly. Effective January 1, 2018, once you are in the e-filing system as a filing attorney, this email address will be used on the Public Service List. You may be officially served at this email address. Learn more about this important change.
In order to have a choice of email addresses for a notification preference, you must have provided an alternate email address on the contact information page. When you update your email or mailing addresses on the Contact Information page, your changes will be automatically reflected in your notification settings.
For example, if you change your primary email address from firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com, and you previously requested to receive attorney registration notices at your primary address, your notification settings will automatically be updated to send those notices to the new email address.
If you are a registered mediator, you will also have access to update your mediator notification preferences on this page.
- Notifications for annual attorney registration: Admission and Discipline Rule 2
- Transmission of appellate opinions, orders and notices: Appellate Rule 26(A)
- Notifications from the Commission for Continuing Legal Education: Admission and Discipline Rule 29