gET ANSWERS TO E-filing frequently asked questions
The State Court Administrative Office has developed answers to FAQs about the statewide e-filing initiative for courts and for filers. Statewide e-filing will help trial courts become more efficient and improve service to the public.
Find FAQs for courts here.
Find FAQs for filers here.
msc featured in national center for state courts 2016 'trends' publication
The National Center for State Courts has featured the Michigan Supreme Court's Performance Measures initiative in its recently-released 2016 Trends in State Courts publication. The article highlights how the Michigan Supreme Court and the State Court Administrative Office
(SCAO) use performance measures to generate critical data to improve service to the public.
The pathway to implementation of metrics, barriers to change, and lessons learned will be reviewed. Find the article on p. 81 of the publication.
Workshop on abstract & criminal history reporting
The Michigan State Police and Secretary of State are collaborating to present a one-day training/workshop on Abstracting & Criminal History Reporting
. SCAO Judicial Information Systems and Trial Court Services staff will also be available to answer questions. The training will be offered on three upcoming dates: June 8 in Gaylord; June 9 in Gaylord; and July 19 in Marquette. Read more and register here
msc issues 2015 annual report
With a focus on successful initiatives to improve service to the public, the Michigan Supreme Court has released its 2015 Annual Report. The report highlights reforms to measure and report on court performance, increase access, improve efficiency, and save money in Michigan’s judicial branch. MSC Chief Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. recently presented highlights of the report to legislators. Click to read the report