Attorneys admitted to practice in New Jersey are required to provide the Supreme Court with a valid email address for receiving official information and notifications related to the attorney's annual registration and billing or other court business, pursuant to the Order of the Supreme Court dated July 20, 2017
The email address provided by an attorney for this purpose is confidential and not subject to public access (unless also provided as an email address fore-filing), as attorneys were reminded by Notice to the Bar on November 15, 2017. Changes to email addresses and other contact information may be made online by logging on to https://portal.njcourts.gov/webe3/sso
Rule 1:21-6 directs that one or more of the New Jersey trust accounts maintained by attorneys practicing New Jersey law be an IOLTA account or accounts required by Rule 1 :28A. The Supreme Court has authorized the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey (IOLTA) to use the billing and registration email addresses of New Jersey attorneys in connection with the responsibilities of IOLTA and attorneys engaged in the private practice of New Jersey law under Rule 1 :28A-2, effective immediately.
Questions about IOL TA accounts or IOL TA registration should be directed to IOLTA at
Glenn A. Grant, J.A.D.
Acting Administrative Director of the Courts
Dated: July 24, 2018