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Disability Issues Committee

Created in 1992

Purpose

To study the concerns of Texas lawyers with disabilities, as well as clients and members of the public, and make recommendations to the State Bar Board of Directors concerning ways in which the role of people with disabilities in Texas can be enhanced by improvement in programs and initiatives sponsored by the State Bar.

2019-2020 Projects and Objectives

  • Consider producing materials on bar exam accommodations

  • Produce a CLE on the responsibilities of attorneys regarding disability accommodations with TexasBarCLE

  • Continue to invite guest speakers to committee meetings to research and develop new ideas

Chair
Sean Pevsner
Whitburn & Pevsner, PLLC
Arlington, TX
(682) 706-3750

Vice Chair
Tobias Cole
The Cole Law Firm
Houston, TX
(832) 539-4900

Staff Contact
Emilee Rochester
State Bar of Texas
Austin, TX
(512) 427-1517

2019-2020 Committee Members

District Map

Name Company City

Sean Pevsner (CHAIR)

Whitburn & Pevsner, PLLC

Arlington

Tobias Cole (VICE CHAIR)

The Cole Law Firm

Houston

Douglas Wayne Bryant

Texas Medical Board

Austin

Heather Carson

 

Houston

Janine Gorell

 

Lubbock

Robert Goss

Law Office of Robert B. Goss, PC

Houston

Laurie Hallmark

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid

Beeville

Richard Hunt

Hunt Huey PLLC

Dallas

Victoria Tuyen Huynh

 

Irving

Judge Sue Kurita

 

El Paso

Gary Manuele

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

Harker Hts

Rachael Michele Maresh

Austin ISD

Austin

Vinh Huy Nguyen

TIRR Memorial Hermann

Houston

Sean Pevsner

Whitburn & Pevsner, PLLC

Arlington

Elaine B. Roberts

Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County, Inc.

Conroe

Carey Thompson

The Law Office of Carey Thompson, PC

Fort Worth

Randi Turner

 

 

Denette Vaughn

Disability Rights Texas

Lubbock

Redge Westbrook

 

Austin

Kevin Garrett

Texas Jail Project

Austin

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