ECF REGISTRATION FORM
This form is used to register for an account on the Eastern District of
Tennessee Electronic Filing System (the system). Registered attorneys will have
privileges to electronically submit documents and to view the electronic docket
sheets and documents. By registering, attorneys consent to receiving electronic
notice of filings through the system. The following information is required for
First Name: Middle Name:
Highest state court admitted: BPR#:
Are you currently in good standing: YES NO
City, State, Zip:
Have you relocated to this address within the past year? YES NO
Internet Mail Address(es): Login, Password, and Notice of Filing will be sent to this address.
Attorneys seeking to file documents electronically must be admitted to
practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of
Tennessee pursuant to Local Rule 83.5. Please complete which applies.
Date admitted to practice in this Court: Month Date Year
Are you employed by the United States Government or Federal Defender Services? YesNo
If admitted pro hac vice: Date motion for pro hac vice granted:
in case number:
If Attorney of Record in MDL action indicate case number:
By submitting this registration form, the submitter agrees to abide by all
Court rules, orders and policies and procedures governing the use of electronic
filing system. The submitter also consents to receiving notice of filings
pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 5(b)&(e) and 77(d) and Fed. R. Crim. P.
49(b)-(d) via the Court's electronic filing system. By submitting this form, you
certify that you have read the rules and procedures and will abide by them. The
combination of user id and password will serve as the signature of the attorney
filing the documents. Attorneys must protect the security of their passwords and
immediately notify the court if they learn that their password has been
compromised by an unauthorized user.
Select one of the following as your primary court (PLEASE BE SURE YOU SELECT THE CORRECT COURT):KnoxvilleChattanoogaGreenevilleWinchester