Supreme Court

Administrative Orders 

The Texas Supreme Court posts Administrative Orders to allow ready access by the public and lawyers across the state.

Administrative orders include orders for the publication and adoption of statewide rules; orders approving local rules; appointments to judicial boards, commissions, and task forces; attorney resignation orders; orders transferring appellate cases; judicial appointments to State Bar disciplinary actions; and other administrative orders.

The administrative orders from 1990-2001 were collected and posted to this website through a joint initiative of the Supreme Court of Texas and the Office of Court Administration, made possible through a grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.

Recently Released

Order #TitleReleased
21-9023Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - Carlos Dantes Mejias, Jr. (202000925)02/26/2021
21-9022Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - Carlos Dantes Mejias, Jr. (202002801)02/26/2021
21-9021Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - Curtis Lilly02/26/2021
21-9020Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - Byron R. Berry02/26/2021
21-9019Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - Leslie Thomas McWilliams and Paul R. McWilliams02/26/2021
21-9024Judicial Appointment for Disciplinary Action - David C. Lindsay02/26/2021
21-9016Denial of Request to Retransfer Cases from the Seventh Court of Appeals02/23/2021
21-9017Appointments to the Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth and Families02/23/2021
21-9015Thirty-Fifth Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster02/11/2021
21-9014Transfer of Cases from the Thirteenth Court of Appeals to the Tenth Court of Appeals02/09/2021

Rules Advisories

Administrative Orders by Year