|Appellate Opinions by
Justice Martha Hill Jamison
(Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] 2011)
Justice Jamison was elected to Place 5 on the Fourteenth Court of Appeals as a Republican in the
2010 elections. She replaces Republican Kent Sullivan. Like some of her peers on the Houston Courts
of Appeals, Jamison previously served as a district court judge.
See --> Justice Jamison's official profile on court of appeals website (with photo)
Webpage on Hon. Martha Hill Jamison as Harris County District Court Judge
TEXT OF HON. JAMISON'S OFFICIAL BIO
Martha Hill Jamison was elected to the 14th Court of Appeals in November 2010. Judge Jamison served
for nine years as judge of the 164th Civil District Court, where she served as Civil Administrative Judge
and Chair of the Legislative Committee. While on the bench, Judge Jamison was highly rated in the
Houston Bar Association's judicial evaluation poll.
Judge Jamison also has served as General Counsel to the Harris County Tax Office and as a prominent
mediator. She is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law. Judge
Jamison graduated from the University of Texas, where she was named the Outstanding Woman
Student, and the University of Texas School of Law.
Judge Jamison, a native Houstonian, serves as Vice President of the American Judicature Society and a
member of the Greater Houston Steering Committee of Young Life, a high school ministry.
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by Justice Martha Hill Jamison