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Change of Address or E-mail Address

For changes to U.S. mailing addresses and telephone numbers, please fill out the Attorney Information Update Sheet.  After updating information, form may be sent by e-mail to or by U.S. mail to the attention of:


Room C-151
500 Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA  70130




Changes to e-mail addresses:

(1) If you are able to log into CM/ECF follow these steps:
Click on the "Utilities" menu.
Then click on "Maintain Your E-mail".
Click on the e-mail address to modify.
On the right-hand side of the screen, modify the e-mail address.
Then click the "Submit All Changes" button on the left side of the screen.

(2) If you do not know your CM/ECF password and your e-mail address in CM/ECF is not current, follow these steps:
Send a filled out Attorney Information Update Sheet to
Ask to be notified when your e-mail address is updated in CM/ECF.
Once notified, use the “Forgot your CM/ECF password?” link just below the normal CM/ECF login.
An e-mail will be sent to you automatically with a link for resetting your password.

If you need immediate assistance with changing your e-mail, please contact the Attorney Registration Clerk at (504)589-7674.


Attorneys who are receiving e-mail notices from the court but do not have an ECF login must obtain an ECF login, per this court notice:





Notice of Mandatory Electronic Case Filing
and Electronic Triennial Dues Payment



  • The Court has directed that it is MANDATORY that attorneys are required to file and pay fees electronically in accordance with the Administrative Procedures for Electronic Case Filings adopted pursuant to Local Civil Rule 5.1.
  • You must obtain an e-filing account within 30 days of this notice. To register for an e-filing account, fill out this registration form and email the completed form to:
  • All attorneys admitted to the bar of this Court will be required to pay their triennial attorney's dues electronically commencing January, 2014. In order to pay these dues electronically, attorneys must have an ECF account.
  • Failure to use electronic filing will be brought to the attention of the presiding judge for appropriate action, which may include issuance of a show cause order, sanctions, and the return of paper documents by the Clerk to the filer for electronic filing.
  • An attorney may, for good cause shown, request by written motion an exemption from mandatory electronic case filing as indicated in Rule 1 of the Administrative Procedures for Electronic Case Filings and Unique Procedures and Practices for Electronic Filings.



William W. Blevins
Clerk of Court

November 15, 2013