eFiling is mandatory for all Wyoming State Bar members filing in the Wyoming Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court serves all public orders and opinions electronically, except to self-represented parties, who will receive outgoing documents and orders in paper form only.
Presently, only members of the Wyoming State Bar may register to file electronically and only in the Supreme Court. Electronic filing by self-represented parties may be a future enhancement to the case management system.
At a future date, the District Courts in Wyoming will implement eFiling.
All registered eFiler’s, sign in with your username and password.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become an eFiler?
- Step 1:
Complete training by reviewing these documents:
- Step 2: Submit an electronic registration form.
- Step 3: Pass the eFiling test with a score of 100%.
- Step 4: The Clerk of the Court will approve your eFiling status and will send a message that you have been approved.
NOTE: If you took the eFiling Test and either failed or were unable to complete the exam, you can retake the test by clicking HERE.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)