Professionalism Committee

Created in 1990

Purpose

To identify factors that influence professionalism and to develop and recommend to the State Bar Board of Directors ways to improve professionalism with particular attention to the professional development of new lawyers.

The Texas Lawyer’s Creed calls for attorneys to conduct themselves with courtesy and professionalism toward judges, adversaries, peers, colleagues, and clients. In that spirit, the State Bar of Texas provides multiple resources to help promote professionalism in the legal profession.

2020-2021 Projects and Objectives

Staff Contact

Justine Carreon
Communications Project Coordinator
(512) 427-1726
Fax: (512) 427-4237
professionalism@texasbar.com

2021-2022 Committee Members

Name Company City

Sarah Springer (CHAIR)

The Springer Law Firm, PLLC

Katy

John Shaw (VICE CHAIR)

Law Office of John W. Shaw, PLLC

San Antonio

Roy Brantley

West Webb Allbritton & Gentry

College Sta

Jessica Craft

Littler Mendelson

Houston

George Edwards III

Edwards Law Firm PLLC

Humble

Sean Hamada

Hamada Smith, PLLC

Addison

Al Harrison

Harrison Law Office PC

Houston

Robert Higgason

City of Houston Legal Department

Houston

Douglas S. Lang

 

Dallas

Nabil Nachawati II

Fears | Nachawati Law Firm

Dallas

D. J. Seidel

Darwin DJ Seidel, PLLC

Houston

Caitlin Sewell

 

Justin

James Walker

Jim Walker & Associates, PLLC

Rockwall

William Hagans

Hagans Montgomery Hagans

Houston

Chung Yuan Lee

C.Y. Lee Legal Group, PLLC

Sugar Land

Kathy Mills

13th Court of Appeals

Corp Christi

Paul Robbins

The Law Office of Paul A. Robbins

Lufkin

Ruby Bolton

The Bolton Law Firm, PC

The Woodlands

Dana Harbin

Harbin Legal, PLLC

Bedford

David Jones

Akerman LLP

San Antonio

Matthew Kolodoski

Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons, LLP

Dallas

Julie Pennington

Law Office of Julie Pennington

Austin

Liza Greene (Advisory)

Laura Dale & Associates, P.C.

Houston

Eleanor Meltzer (Advisory)

 

Cedar Park

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