Texas Justice Court Training Center
TJCTC Modifies Position on Post-Judgment Interest
Remember that every civil judgment must include a post-judgment interest rate (even if that rate is 0%). Click here to read our new position on determining the rate that applies, particularly in default and agreed judgment situations.
Jurisdictional Increase Now in Effect
Effective September 1, 2020, the civil jurisdictional limit for justice court has increased from $10,000 to $20,000. Take a look at the webinar on the Jurisdictional Increase: the $20,000 Question for information and details, and watch our blog The Docket for FAQ coming soon!
TJCTC will begin holding in-person programs in Spring 2021. Registration will open later than normal. You should have already received our 2021 brochure!
TJCTC has updated our site! Below are some links to new and updated pages that you may find useful:
Online Learning - Find out what online learning options TJCTC offers.
Recordings for credit - Want to watch a recording of a past webinar or course for credit? Click here!
Constable Resources - TJCTC offers specific resources for Constables to help with civil process.
Charts and Checklists - A new page with handy flowcharts for different justice court procedures.
Having Trouble Receiving Our Newsletters and Alerts?
If you are having trouble receiving our Newsletters, Upcoming Events, Alerts and Updates you can now use an alternate email address to receive these emails. You can do this by logging in and updating your Student Information. Click Here for detailed instructions.
TJCTC has updated all of its deskbooks to include information on changes from the 2019 Legislative Session, and created some new ones! Click here to download an updated deskbook.
Post-Judgment Interest Rate
Remember to check the OCCC site every month for the current post-judgment interest rates! Click here to see the current rates and click on "Future Rate" at that link after the 15th of the month to see the next month's rate.