Monthly Archives: July 2013

Supreme Court Amends Order Requiring E-Filing

On June 24, the Supreme Court of Texas issued an amended order requiring electronic filing by attorneys in the appellate courts, district courts, statutory county courts, constitutional county courts and statutory probate courts. The amended order clarifies that juvenile cases are not subject to the statewide mandate at the district court, statutory county court, and … Continue Reading

The TBJ July Issue

Inside: To celebrate our 75th anniversary, we take you through the pages of the Texas Bar Journal by decade, from the ’40s and World War II and the ’70s and Watergate to the ’80s and AIDS and the 2000s and immigration. Plus: Tips on interviewing a witness, remarks by the February 2013 Bar Exam high … Continue Reading