Traditionally, documents are filed in court manually over the court registry counter in paper form. Law firms engage court clerks to make daily trips to the registry to do filing. The Electronic Filing Service allows lawyers to file all court documents electronically over the Internet via the web-based front-end system. Presently over 84% of documents are filed in court electronically by more than 320 law firms via the web-based system. More than 800,000 court documents have been electronically filed to-date. On average, 2,000 documents are processed electronically daily. For law firms or litigants-in-person who do not have the computer facilities, they can file documents at the Service Bureaux, which will process paper documents and assist in the electronic filing of the documents upon the payment of a manual handling fee.