Howry is a partner in Howry, Breen & Herman,
where he handles commercial litigation, probate litigation, and
catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. He is board certified in
personal injury trial law and civil trial law. Howry is a former member
of the State Bar Board of Directors, where he served as chair of the
Affordable Legal Services and the Insurance/Member Benefits
Howry is a former president of the Austin Bar Association, the
Austin Bar Foundation, and the American Board of Trial Advocates Austin
Chapter, for which he currently serves as national board
representative. Howry is a fellow in the American College of Trial
Lawyers and an associate in ABOTA. He has also served on the TEX-ABOTA
Board of Directors and as panel chair of the State Bar of Texas
District 9A Grievance Committee, among other professional activities.
Howry is an adjunct faculty member in advocacy with the University
of Texas School of Law. He is a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation and
the American Bar Foundation. Howry currently serves on the board of
directors and is a past president of the West Austin Youth Association.
He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University
of Texas in 1980 and a Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law in
Howry's campaign brochure.
Stevenson is a partner in Locke Lord Edwards
and practices in the areas of real estate/finance and public law. In
recent years he has increasingly focused on the representation of
governmental entities in their project advancement and legislative
activities. Throughout his 34-year career, he has represented financial
institutions, owners, tenants, and others in the acquisition,
development, leasing, financing, and sale of significant properties.
Stevenson is a former chair of the State Bar of Texas Board of
Directors and a former president of the Dallas Bar Association. He has
been honored by legal aid providers and received presidential citations
from the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association. He serves
on the State Bar’s Pro Bono Workgroup, the board of trustees of
the Dallas Bar Foundation, and as division chair for the Campaign for
Equal Access to Justice.
Stevenson is the founding chair of award-winning programs to
mentor beginning lawyers and to diversify the profession. He holds
numerous leadership positions with civic, charitable, arts, and
educational organizations. Stevenson received a bachelor’s degree
from Amherst College in 1977 and a Juris Doctor from the University of
Virginia School of Law in 1980.
Stevenson's campaign brochure.