ALLAN K. DUBOIS
DuBois is a solo practitioner at the Law Office
of Allan K. DuBois, P.C., in San Antonio, where he handles civil
litigation and appeals, mediation, and arbitration. He is a trustee and
grants chair of the Texas Bar Foundation and has served on the State
Bar of Texas Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Professional
Development Program Committee, and Nominations and Elections
DuBois has also served as an advisor to the State Bar of Texas
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Military and Veterans Law sections
and the Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program and Legal Services to
the Poor committees. He is a former president of the San Antonio Bar
Association, a founding member and current volunteer attorney for Texas
Lawyers for Texas Veterans, a former member of the District 10
Grievance Committee Professional Enhancement Panel, and a Sustaining
Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.
DuBois received a B.A. in English from the University of Texas
and was an Army ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate in 1967. He earned
a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 1970.
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BEVERLY B. GODBEY
Godbey is a partner in Gardere Wynne Sewell
LLP whose trial practice emphasizes commercial litigation. She has
served as a member and chair of the State Bar of Texas Board of
Directors and as chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee and is
a former member of the Texas Access to Justice Commission.
She is a member of the Bar Leaders for Justice Committee, the
American Law Institute, the Texas Association of Defense Counsel and
the Defense Research Institute, and the International Association of
Defense Counsel. She is a past president of the Dallas Association of
Young Lawyers and the Dallas Bar Association, a Life Fellow of the
Texas Bar Foundation and the Dallas Bar Foundation, and a Founding
Fellow of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Foundation. She also
serves on the Texas Center for Legal Ethics Board of Trustees and is a
former chair of the Campaign for Equal Access to Justice.
She received a B.A. from Southern Methodist University in 1979
and a J.D. from Tulane University Law School in 1982.
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