Ineligible Attorney List
The State Bar of Texas publishes a list of licensed Texas attorneys who are currently ineligible to practice law. The list is updated daily, because an attorney’s licensure status may change at any time.
An attorney may be ineligible to practice for a variety of reasons, such as disciplinary or administrative suspensions. A description of why an attorney is ineligible to practice is included by each person’s name.
To access the list of attorneys not eligible to practice law in Texas, click on the links below:
Codes of ineligibility are listed by each attorney’s name
Code descriptions are located at the bottom of each page
Use "Edit" from the top tool bar and click on "Find" to narrow your search
For the Judiciary: Review Your Dockets
When reviewing your dockets of pending cases, you may click on the links above to determine whether an attorney is ineligible to practice law.
Please take appropriate measures to ensue that attorneys on this list are not allowed to make court appearances unless they prove that their license has been reinstated (via a receipt, or a letter of good standing from the State Bar of Texas or Supreme Court of Texas).
If you have any questions about an attorney’s eligibility status to practice law in Texas, please contact the State Bar Membership Department at the contact information below.