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Check out the Courtlook Premium Services page at http://www.judici.com/service/pricing.jsp?SERVICE_ID=1.iCalendar feeds (also know as iCal feeds, webcal feeds, public calendars, Internet calendars or just calendar feeds) let you overlay a dynamically-updated schedule onto another calendar. Many people do this with a spouse's calendar, or to see a composite personal/work calendars. Most major calendaring tools support these feeds.
Law office admin staff often ask, "Does each attorney in my firm need their own Courtlook subscription?". The answer (as detailed below), is that online case document access is limited to the attorney of record under Illinois policies governing online access to court data, but all other features are accessible from a single account not tied to any particular ARN. So other than document access, an administrative staffer can use one account to do everything.
For accounts associated with an attorney registration number (ARN)
Go to the Courtlook search page and search for an attorney. Most courts use a format of lastname, firstname. Remember that different courts may use nicknames (e.g. Smith, Jim vs. Smith, James). Some courts may even use the firm's name rather than the attorney's.
Use the check boxes at the left to select those you were seeking.
Click the Schedules or Case List radio buttons near the top of the page, then the Get Selected button. The resulting page can be bookmarked for easy access.
Option 1: click the iCal button ( ). This is easy, but it may not work. Outlook (or other desktop calendaring programs installed on your computer) may be set up to automatically launch and add that calendar.Option 2 (if option 1 doesn't work): add the feed manually. Most calendar tools (e.g. Outlook, Google calendar etc) provide a way to do this
Click at the top of the Case Information page on a case. You will receive a receipt e-mail confirming your subscription- if you don't, see the relevant Case Watch troubleshooting tip found here.
Check your subscribed services on the Services tab on your account. If you don't have a Courtlook subscription, then Case Watch subscriptions won't be free.
See the relevant Case Watch troubleshooting tip found here.
Any Judici account associated with an attorney registration number can access online documents from the case file.
The Participating Courts page indicates whether a court offers online documents.
Once you click a case number link, the page you see will have tabs at the right side of the page to access different kinds of data (Information | Dispositions | History, etc). If your account is associated with the attorney of record listed in the court's records for that case, this will include a "Docs" tab from which you can view the documents.
Troubleshooting e-filing and Courtlook court data access issues
If an attorney is the attorney of record for a case, and if the court participates in Judici's Extended Access service, the court has the option to override (for all attorneys of record) many of the security and privacy restrictions which apply to the general public. This could allow the litigant's attorney to see things like:
are some exceptions. For example: most of the attorneys on an adoption
case are, by Illinois law, not allowed to see case files while the case
Individual judges can also be configured to see non-public data/documents in Extended Access.
Secure cases are only available from the My Cases and My Schedule pages. They are not available from Courtlook's search page, in order to avoid excessively slow searches which would degrade the performance of the entire site.
If you would like access to non-public data and documents on your cases, contact the Clerk's office.