Virginia's Statewide E-Filing System Making Progress, with Careful Implementation
valawyersweekly.com reports: Virginia Chief Justice Leroy Rountree Hassell Sr. drew applause when he told a roomful of lawyers the state’s planned electronic filing system will be lawyer-friendly. “It’s going to be available to a lawyer who hates computers,” Hassell said.
Hassell said the court hopes to have a pilot e-filing system up and running in the courts of Norfolk in a year.
Nevertheless, Hassell said court officials would move “slowly and methodically” to implement e-filing throughout the rest of the state. “We are not going to roll out this program around the state until we have achieved perfection in Norfolk,” he said.
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