About Attorney of Record Access

General Information
Attorney of Record Service

Gain additional online access to cases on which you are an attorney of record!

The Florida Supreme Court has authorized the Broward County Clerk of the Circuit Court, 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida to provide electronic viewing to many court records, indexes and dockets as well as non-confidential document images through this website. Pursuant to Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, access to all electronic and other court records shall be governed by the Standards for Access to Electronic Court Records and Access Security Matrix.

Attorneys that currently do not have access to their court cases and documents may now subscribe to the Attorney of Record service to obtain online access to confidential cases and documents as authorized by the Florida Supreme Court.

Attorney of Record Access includes:

  • An Attorney of Record can view the name index, progress docket and images on cases in which they appear, unless they have been made confidential by court rule or order. The Attorney of Record role also allows access to non-confidential/sealed name indexes, progress dockets and redacted images for cases in which the attorney is not the attorney of record.
  • An Attorney of Record may narrow their search results on the case search web pages to only show cases that they are considered the Attorney of Record.

Attorney of Record Access requirements:

  • Be a Florida Bar member in good standing.
  • Provide a valid Florida Bar number.
  • Register for an Online account on this website.
  • Ensure that only the Attorney of Record has knowledge of the Online account User Name and Password.

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Attorney of Record FAQ's

A. Click on the My Account link in the upper right corner of the web page, then click on the Register Now button and complete the registration form. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions and click Register. An email will be sent to the address you provided during the registration process, which contains a link to complete your registration. After clicking the link in the email you are ready to log in.

Note: If you do not receive the email, look in your span and junk email folders. If you have a spam filter activated, remove the email address noreply@browardclerk.org.

A. Click on the Subscribe Now button on the About Attorney of Record Access page. If you are not logged in, you will be asked to log in or register for a new account. Read and accept the Attorney of Record terms and conditions and click Continue. Enter your information in the requested fields and click the button to print and save your registration agreement. Read and complete the form and have it notarized by a licensed notary public. Scan the Registration Agreement using an optical scanner and save it to a file in a folder on your computer. Attached the scanned agreement to an email and send it to PublicAccessHelpDesk@browardclerk.org. Once we receive and process your request, you will be notified via email.

A. Attorney access to cases is dependent on current standing with the Florida Bar Association, which the Broward County Clerk of Courts verifies daily. Access to a case is also dependent on whether the requestor is an Attorney of Record. If you are not validated as being in good standing, your Attorney of Record Access will be suspended. Also, as a Registered "Attorney of Record" User, you agree to certain responsibilities, including "to ensure that only Registered User has knowledge of the assigned login ID and password". Please read the Registration agreement carefully.