ELC 12.5 RECORD TO SUPREME COURT (a) Transmittal. The Clerk should transmit the record to the Supreme Court within 30 days of the filing of the notice of appeal, service of the order accepting review, or filing of the transcript of oral argument before the Board, if any. (b) Content. The record transmitted to the Court consists of: (1) the notice of appeal, if any; (2) the Board’s decision; (3) the record before the Board; (4) the transcript of any oral argument before the Board; and (5) any other portions of the record before the hearing officer, including any bar file documents or exhibits, that the Court deems necessary for full review. (c) Notice to Parties. The Clerk serves each party with a list of the portions of the record transmitted. (d) Transmittal of Cost Orders. Within ten days of entry of an order assessing costs under rule 13.9(e), the Clerk should transmit it to the Court as a separate part of the record, together with the supporting statements of costs and expenses and any exceptions or reply filed under rule 13.9(d). (e) Additions to Record. Either party may at any time move the Court for an order directing the transmittal of additional portions of the record to the Court. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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