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NextGen Information

Published on: May 15, 2017, 11:40 am

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has upgraded its CM/ECF system to the Next Generation of CM/ECF ("NextGen"). In order to file with court from this point onward, you must have an upgraded PACER account, and you must link your PACER account to your ECF account. Documentation on how to upgrade your PACER account and how to link your PACER account to your ECF account are posted below. You do not need to register for a new ECF account if you already have one- you only need to link it to your PACER account. Please note: shared PACER accounts are no longer permitted; each user must have his/her own individual PACER account.

The PACER NextGen FAQ may be found here: https://www.pacer.gov/nextgen/

PACER NextGen electronic learning modules may be found here: https://www.pacer.gov/ecfcbt/cso/index.html


Downloads and Resources

2016 FRAP and Local Rules (as amended May 9, 2016)

The 2016 Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and Tenth Circuit Local Rules have been posted. Please note there are no Fed. R. App. P. changes this year. The revised and updated local rules take effect January 1, 2016.

2017 Court Argument Calendar Sessions

2017 FRAP and Local Rules.

Important changes to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure take effect December 1, 2016. For additional information and to see a copy and redlined version of both the Fed. R. App. P. and the local rules please see the links below.

2018 Court Argument Calendar Sessions

Access Coordinator Information

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Updated December 1, 2016

Attorney Admissions Form

Briefing and Appendix Checklist

Calendar Acknowledgement Form

CM/ECF Attorney FAQ

Criminal Pattern Jury Instructions

Updated February 2017

Dealing With Sealed Materials in ECF

Docketing Statement

Updated January 1, 2016

Documents and Instructions for Cases Scheduled for Oral Argument

This file includes the following documents and forms:

  • FAQ - Oral Arguments
  • Access Coordinator Information
  • TIPS - Video Conferencing
  • Calendar Acknowledgement Form
  • Custody Status
  • Form Entry of Appearance Form

Updated January 2017

ECF Court Info Page

ECF Login (Attorney Filing)

ECF Registration Step by Step

Fee Schedule Changes Effective December 1, 2016

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General Order 2: Guidelines for Resolving Scheduling Conflicts with Oklahoma Courts

Filed May 21, 1998

General Order 4: Tenth Circuit Rule 33 Confidentiality Requirements

Filed April 17, 2002

Initial Appeal Documents and Instructions

This file includes the following forms:

  • Docketing Statement
  • Docketing Statement Instructions
  • Entry of Appearance
  • Transcript Order Form
  • FAQ

Updated December 1, 2016

Local Rule Change to 10th Circuit Rule 34.1(A)(3)

The court has approved changes to local rule 34.1(A)(3) regarding when and in what form motions to postpone oral argument must be submitted. The changes take effect May 9, 2016, and will apply to calendars held after that date. Please see the memo attached here for additional information.

New Appeal Letter/Information for Counsel

New Appeal Letter/Information for Pro Se Appellants

NextGen ECF Hints and Tips

PACER Case Locator

PACER FAQ

PACER Fee Schedule

PACER Help and Support

PACER Login

PACER Registration

PACER Training and Tutorials

Practitioner's Guide

Tenth Circuit Practitioner's Guide

Pro Se Combined Brief and App. for Certificate of Appealability

Pro Se Frequently Asked Questions

Register Now for ECF

Register Now for PACER

The 2018 Proposed 10th Circuit Rules Have Been Posted for Public Comment

The 2018 proposed 10th Circuit Local Rules have been posted for public comment. From September 5, 2017 through October 31, 2017 the court will accept comments from all interested parties regarding the proposed changes. Comments should be directed to clerk@ca10.uscourts.gov. A memo explaining the proposed local rules changes is included below. Also included are blackline and redline versions of the rules. There are no major Fed. R. App. P. changes for 2018.

TIPS - Video Conference

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