Attorney Info

Admission to Practice

Attorneys seeking to practice in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio must meet the guidelines and requirements set forth in LBR 2090-1: Attorneys - Admission to Practice.

Attorney Constituent Group (ACG)

The ACG was established in 1997 through the Court’s Strategic Plan initiative. The ACG includes bankruptcy attorneys throughout the district who provide input to the Judges in a variety of areas.

ECF Attorney eTraining

ECF Attorney eTraining modules are interactive, and allow attorneys to demonstrate their understanding of common filing processes, such as opening bankruptcy and adversary cases, filing pleadings, submitting proposed orders, and filing proofs of claim. Attorneys may complete eTraining as individual subject-specific refresher training courses, or as a CLE credit-bearing course. eTraining may also be completed in increments or in one sitting.

Guidelines for Compensation and Expense Reimbursement of Professionals

The Guidelines govern applications for compensation and expense reimbursement for professionals. The Guidelines cover the narrative portions of applications, time records and expenses. Except as otherwise provided, the Guidelines apply to professionals generally including lawyers, accountants, appraisers, auctioneers, financial advisors and consultants unless, for cause shown, modifications are made at the time a professional is employed.

Ohio Supreme Court Attorney Directory

This directory is maintained by the Supreme Court of Ohio and includes attorneys who have been admitted to the practice of law in Ohio. Inclusion in this directory does not necessarily indicate that the attorney is in good standing with the Supreme Court or is permitted to practice law in the state of Ohio. It also does not mean that the person has not been sanctioned by the Supreme Court.