Court Calendars

Court Calendars

To practice in Illinois and New York, attorneys need court calendar matches in addition to court rules. A court calendar match is the next upcoming court appearance or filing deadline for a case. Each presiding judge determines these dates for each case. Once established, court calendar dates can change with the presiding judge’s shifting priorities. An attorney must review the court calendars daily from an updated source in order to be certain of the next appearance or court deadline for each case.

Since Law Bulletin Media was the first to offer case matching to court calls in 1984, thousands of attorneys throughout Chicago and northern Illinois have depended upon and trusted Law Bulletin Media’s unparalleled coverage and accuracy in tracking Illinois court calls. Before the court calls are delivered to law firms via JuraLaw’s team of experts, with over 120 years of combined experience, proof, verify, correct and format the courts’ most recent data to ensure the information is accurate and up to date.

JuraLaw provides an Illinois court date notification system second to none in terms of coverage. Cases entered into the system match precisely to all Northern Illinois Court calendars including, but not limited to, the U.S. District Court and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division; Cook County Circuit Court, DuPage, Lake, McHenry, Kane, Madison, Will and Winnebago County Courts, Illinois Worker's Compensation Commission and Illinois Appellate Court.

JuraLaw's court call experts not only review and process the court calendar information provided electronically by the courts but also review and process additional court calendar information that is still only available from the courts in hard copy.

JuraLaw provides New York court calendars and dockets for all sixty-two New York county state courts.  JuraLaw also provides court calendars for all USDC and USBC cases in New York.

Court calendar notices and email alerts are seamlessly generated and distributed to attorneys through JuraLaw's MS Outlook Exchange program.