NOTICE: The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma upgraded to NextGen CM/ECF electronic filing on August 9, 2019. Attorneys are required to use their individual, upgraded PACER account and password to access the electronic filing system in NextGen Courts:
- If you are NOT admitted to the Eastern District of Oklahoma, visit the Attorney Admissions page for instructions on how to begin the registration process
- If you were a registered e-filer with the court prior to August 9, 2019, to continue filing you must link your individual, upgraded PACER account to your OKED CM/ECF account
- If you are admitted to the Eastern District of Oklahoma but NOT yet a registered e-filer, register for e-filer privileges in PACER
About NextGen CM/ECF The Federal Judiciary has developed a Next Generation (NextGen) Case Management / Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF) system that allows e-filers to maintain one account (an individual, upgraded PACER account) for Central Sign On (CSO) across all federal courts (appellate, bankruptcy, and district) that have transitioned to NextGen CM/ECF. This means that e-filers will use their one CSO username and password to access all NextGen courts where they have permission to file, as well as to access PACER for all federal courts. While NextGen CM/ECF is not yet available in all courts, it is anticipated that all federal courts will transition to NextGen by the end of 2021. Until then, e-filing in courts that have not yet transitioned to NextGen CM/ECF will still require a separate account for each such court.
Maintaining Your Account All account information, other than secondary email addresses, is held in your PACER account. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH ATTORNEY TO KEEP THEIR ACCOUNT INFORMATION UP TO DATE. Click the Maintaining Your Account link for more information.