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Appellate eFile

File Case Documents with Ease

App. eFile ImageWelcome to Appellate eFile, which gives everyone the ability to file documents and pay filing fees electronically in the appellate courts.*

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Note: If you are filing in a circuit court, please access the eFiling for Circuit Courts application.


Electronic filing (eFiling) allows everyone to file documents and pay filing fees electronically. Benefits of eFiling include:

  • File documents with the court 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (The ability to file documents with the court is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any location with internet access, except during regularly scheduled maintenance hours)
  • Potential cost savings, including a reduction in production, photocopy, courier, and postage costs
  • A convenient, secure method to file documents and pay associated fees
  • The flexibility to file a document up to 11:59:59 p.m. in the time zone in which the court is located, on the date that the document is required to be filed
  • A reduction of the risk of paper files being misplaced or lost

Users must register online to obtain a username and password prior to using the electronic filing system.


Information & Resources

Online Training Tutorial

eFiling and Technical Assistance

eFiling and Case Process Information
Appellate Records Office
Phone: 503-986-5555

Office hours: M-F 8am - 5pm

Technical Assistance
Phone: 503-986-5582
Toll Free: 1-877-826-5010
Email: Access the Online Form
Office hours: M-F 7am - 5pm

eFiling Suggestions
If you have a suggestion about Appellate eFile, please use the online form.

When reporting a technical problem, please provide your user profile (your OSB number), telephone number, email address and attorney law office.​


Password Information
  1. To create or change a password, you will receive a system email. Do not forward the password email to another person to complete. The email is encrypted and may sometimes become corrupted, causing the email link to be inaccessible.
  2. Passwords will expire every 180 days – this timeframe is built into the existing IBM product and cannot be configured by the Oregon Judicial Department at this time.
  3. There are specific rules for creating new passwords. See the Password Rules section below.
Password Rules

Password must:

  • be at least seven (7) characters long
  • contain at least one (1) non-alphanumeric character (for example: @!&*)
  • if there are five (5) failed login attempts within 10 minutes, the account will be locked