As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center is dedicated to aiding municipal court personnel as well as the public with educational resources.
Conducting legal research? See these common municipal court-related case law and attorney general opinions to aid in your search.
Drafting a jury charge or complaint? Stop by our Jury Charge Bank and Complaint Bank.
Looking for more education on a particular legal topic? Take a CALI Lesson (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction). To set up a login name and password, click on "Create New Account," complete the required fields, and enter the authorization code: TMCECTstu459. Once you have completed a lesson, you will be able to print your certificate as proof of completion. Only grades of 70% or higher will be accepted. Beginning September 1, 2010, you can obtain up to 7 hours of CALI credit to be applied towards the Clerk Certification Program.
The following are approved CALI Lessons for credit towards clerk certification and are each worth 30 minutes:
Anatomy of a Case
Authorities and Duties
Court Administrators, and Bailiffs/Warrant Officers:
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