Services for Judges

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Judici offers judges more than just public access to case info and dockets. Using your attorney registration number (ARDC) and email address, a Judici login/account can be linked to all of your cases, in all of the courts where you preside. This enables a unique set of features and services, including:
  • 24/7 access to your case files
  • iCalendar feeds to sync with your office calendars in Outlook and other calendaring tools
  • E-mail notification of case changes
Judges can also use Judici for multicourt searches, which can provide useful information (for arraignments, etc).

See our printer friendly Judge Services Fact Sheet for more.
Getting started
  1.  If you do not yet have a Judici account, get one of your Circuit Clerks to register you for a free subscription. If you're a judge from a court that does not participate in Judici, simply contact the Circuit Clerk from a participating court within your circuit to register you for a free subscription. Circuit Clerks can look to Circuit Clerk: Advance setup for judge access to Courtlook to review what they need to do for you. Some setup will need to be completed by EACH COURT in which you preside.
  2. Activate your free subscription. Follow our Courtlook sign-up instructionsIf you already have a Judici account, log in to confirm your registered ARDC and email address. This info needs to match that on file with your Circuit Clerks.
  3. If you encounter a problem activating your free Courtlook subscription, have the court contact Judici.

For more on how to use Courtlook

See our support page for a variety of helpful resources, including how to register for a live webinar .