Attorneys may now request duplicate admission certificates, certificates re: search for grievances, and verification of admission electronically using the Court’s Case Management/Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF) System. The required fees must be paid online at the time the request is submitted. To request any of these certificates through CM/ECF, an attorney must be a registered CM/ECF user. Certificates re: search for grievances and verification of admission will be e-mailed within three business days. Duplicate admission certificates will be sent by U.S. mail within four weeks. Step-by-step instructions are available on the Court’s website at http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/attorneys/attorney-certificates/instruction....
When requesting a certificate of good standing electronically using CM/ECF, please note the event is under new event category Attorney Certificates instead of Certificate of Good Standing.
Beginning September 1, 2016, all requests for certificates of good standing, certificates re: search for grievances, duplicate admission certificates, and verifications of admission must be submitted electronically through the CM/ECF System unless the requestor is not a registered CM/ECF user. A requestor who is not a registered CM/ECF user may submit a completed Request For Attorney Admission Information, form G-63 with the required fee to the Clerk’s Office.
Kiry K. Gray
Clerk of Court