Step-by-step Courtlook sign-up instructions

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The power of Courtlook comes from connecting you with the cases which Judici courts associated with a particular attorney.  But this requires that Judici and the court both have the same attorney registration number and e-mail address for that attorney.  So there's a bit more to getting signed up than just going to Judici.com and getting a Courtlook subscription.  Here's the whole process:
Step 1: Go to the Courtlook Premium Services page. 
Step 2: Click the button to subscribe
Step 3: If you don't wish to add any other Judici services, go your shopping cart, and click the button to continue
Step 4: Review/accept the relevant agreements and policies.
Step 5: If you already have a Judici account because you previously subscribed to Judici to get Courtlook or some other service, log in to your account using your e-mail address or User ID, and proceed to Step 7.  Otherwise, you need to register.
Step 6: Provide your registration information. Make sure to do the following, or you will only get the same access as the general public rather than all of the power of Courtlook (e.g. case file document access):
  • Type of Business: 
    • Attorneys must use "Attorney" (not "Legal").  
    • Judges must use "Judicial".   
  • Provide your attorney registration number (ARN) and current e-mail address (must be the same as that registered with the courts in which you practice)
Step 7: Verify your order and proceed.  If you are a judge who has already been set up by the Circuit Clerk, you will be skipped ahead to Step 9.
Step 8: Submit your payment information.
Step 9: Confirm your order.  You will then see a confirmation page for the completed transaction.
Step 10: Use the user information page to double-check that the information referenced in Step 6 is correct.  If it isn't correct you will not have access to Courtlook's features (e.g. case file document access), so you should either fix it or contact us using the e-mail address on your Judici account, and we'll fix it.

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