Get To Know John Devine

Justice John Devine was first elected to the Supreme Court of Texas in November 2012. He previously served for seven years as judge of the 190th State District Court in Harris County and for nine years as an appointed special judge for the Harris County justice of the peace courts.

A native of Indiana, Justice Devine attended Ball State University, graduating in 1980 with a B.S. degree in business administration and marketing. Following graduation, Justice Devine became a Texan and entered the corporate world of Shell Oil Co. in Houston as an analyst and later worked in various corporate and project-oriented positions.

In The News

TLRPAC Endorses Blacklock, Devine and Bland for Election to Texas Supreme Court

TLRPAC Endorses Blacklock, Devine and Blandfor Election to Texas Supreme Court Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC (TLRPAC) today endorsed Republican Justices Jimmy Blacklock, John Devine and Jane Bland for election to places 2, 4 and 6 on the Texas Supreme Court. “The Texas Supreme Court handles the most consequential issues facing our state, affecting everything […]

Justice Devine Announces Re-Election Campaign

Texas Supreme Court Justice John Devine released the following statement on his intentions to run for re-election: “It is with much prayer and consideration that I am enthusiastically announcing my candidacy for reelection to the Texas Supreme Court. During my tenure on the court, I have had the privilege of presiding over a wide range […]

THSC Endorses Justice John Devine for the Supreme Court of Texas

Judges are a key element in the ongoing battle to defend the fundamental, God-given right of parents to raise their children as they see fit. That is the reason that THSC has been interviewing and endorsing candidates for judicial office in Texas for many years. Recently, Supreme Court of Texas Justice John Devine (Republican) announced […]

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