PACER & NextGen CM/ECF
U.S. Bankruptcy Court – District of Nebraska is using NextGen CM/ECF.
Logging into CM/ECF has changed. Filers must upgrade existing PACER accounts
and use the upgraded accounts to log into NextGen CM/ECF.
Each filer in a court that has adopted NextGen CM/ECF must have an individual, upgraded PACER account. A firmwide or shared account may still be used to perform case research in PACER, but cannot be used to file electronically in NextGen CM/ECF. A filer who has been using a shared PACER account to file in the Nebraska Bankruptcy Court must create a new, upgraded PACER account.
Note: An attorney who created a PACER account on or after August 11, 2014 already has an upgraded PACER account which is compatible with NextGen CM/ECF.
Sign up for your own PACER account. If you already have your own PACER account,
go to Step
Click on the hyperlink to Register for a PACER account:
your Current PACER account. If you already
have an Upgraded PACER account, go to Step
If you have a CM/ECF login and password, you will need to link your CM/ECF Account to your upgraded PACER Account. You will need your upgraded PACER login and password, along with your individual CM/ECF login and password for this process. This must be done only once.
If you do not have a CM/ECF login and password, you will need to request E-Filing privileges with the Court.
Click the appropriate
hyperlink to either Link your Account -OR- Request E-Filing privileges
After performing Step 3, your CM/ECF login and password are no longer valid for CM/ECF. You must now use your upgraded PACER account to log in to CM/ECF in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court - District of Nebraska.
PACER's website Frequently
Questions regarding PACER accounts should be directed to the PACER Service Center:
Questions regarding NextGen CM/ECF should be directed to the court:
(402) 437-1628 Laurie Wiemann