NOTICE: Judge Boyle requires attorneys in all cases filed in her court to comply with the Northern District of Texas' Electronic Case Filing Procedures.
PATENT CASES: See new Miscellaneous Order No. 62
1100 Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75242-1003
Courtroom: 1516, Room 1520
Chambers: 214-753-2740 / FAX: 214-753-2744
Courtroom Administrator: Rod Reynolds 214-753-2740
Court Reporter: Shawnie Archuleta 214-753-2747
Case Letter Designation: (B)
District Judge Jane Boyle
|Year Service Began:
||President George W. Bush
||University of Texas at Austin (with
Honors) 1977 BS; Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law
Assistant District Attorney, Dallas County, Texas - Trial Section
1981-1985, Chief Felony Prosecutor for the Major Commercial Fraud Unit, Specialized Crime Division 1985-1987; Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Texas - Criminal Section 1987-1989, Civil Section 1989-1990; United States Attorney, Northern District of Texas 2002-2004
||United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, 1990-2002
||Fifth Circuit District Judges Association; State Bar of Texas; Texas Bar Foundation; Fellow; Dallas Bar Association; Federal Judges Association
ELECTRONIC CASE FILING PROCEDURES.
To Attorneys in ALL cases pending before Judge Boyle:
Judge Boyle is requiring that ALL cases pending and/or filed in her court, including those involving pro se and prisoner litigants, be enrolled in the Electronic Filing System (CM/ECF). Only licensed attorneys may file electronically, thus even though cases involving pro se parties (including prisoners) will be enrolled in the CM/ECF System, non-attorneys will not be permitted to register or file electronically. Attorneys in all affected cases will receive an order describing the procedures for attorneys to follow in making the transition to the CM/ECF System.
CM/ECF is the federal courts' case management and electronic case files system. It provides courts enhanced and updated docket management. It allows courts to maintain case documents in electronic form. And it gives each court the option of permitting case documents — pleadings, motions, petitions — to be filed with the court over the Internet. (U. S. Courts website at http://www.uscourts.gov/cmecf/cmecf.html).
Attorneys practicing in courts offering this electronic filing capability are able to file documents directly with the court over the Internet at any time from any location. For more information on the benefits to attorneys using the CM/ECF system, go to the U.S. Courts’ internet website at http://www.uscourts.gov/cmecf/cmecf.html and click on “Video: The Attorneys’ Perspective.” Information regarding the operation of the CM/ECF system in the Northern District of Texas is available on the website for the U.S. Courts for the Northern District of Texas at: http://www.txnd.uscourts.gov/filing/ecf.html
Questions should be directed to the ECF Help Desk at 214-753-2633.