Pictured (top, from left): Mark Flores '99, Anne Johnson '95, Peter Sakai '79, Toni Brown '08; (bottom, from left): Jennifer Haltom Doan '89, Grant Schmidt '13, Nikki Hill '13, William G. Hagans '06.
Talmage Boston ’78 was selected to receive the 2023 Luther “Luke” H. Soules III Award for Excellence in Litigation.
Russell Budd ’79 was named one of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas by Forbes Advisor.
The Hon. Peter Sakai ’79, formerly a state district judge, was sworn in as Bexar County judge.
Linda Turley ’83 was named one of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas by Forbes Advisor.
John Elliott ’84 was reappointed to the Teacher Retirement System of Texas Board of Trustees by Governor Abbott.
Mark Jones ’85 has rejoined Norton Rose Fulbright as a partner in the firm’s corporate, mergers, and acquisitions and securities practice.
Edward Burbach ’86 was promoted to managing partner of Foley & Lardner LLP.
Oliver Luck ’87 was named executive director of the ASUN-WAC Football Conference, a new NCAA Division I conference.
Bradley Cole ’88 was added as a partner to Thompson Coe’s Insurance Coverage section.
Jennifer Haltom Doan ’89 was named one of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas by Forbes Advisor.
Cindi Graham ’89 was named chair of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Stephen Crain ’90 was elected to serve a three-year term on Bracewell’s Management Committee.
Kevin R.C. Gutzman ’90 has published a new book, “The Jeffersonians,” about the presidential administrations of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe.
Stephen Fernelius ’91 has joined Bradley Arant Bouly Cummings LLP as a partner specializing in energy litigation.
David Peavler ’92 has joined Jones Day as a partner in its Securities Litigation and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement practice.
Robert Crain ’94 was named one of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas by Forbes Advisor.
Ryan Holcomb ’94 was elected to serve a three-year term on Bracewell’s Management Committee.
Anne Johnson ’95 was named one of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Dallas by Forbes Advisor.
Mark Flores ’99, was elevated to shareholder in the Dallas office of Littler.
Kamron Massumi ’01 has joined Baker Donelson as of counsel in the firm's Real Estate Group in Atlanta.
Jon Hyland ’04 honored by the “Best Lawyers in America” publication for 2023 for his work in intellectual property litigation.
William G. Hagans ’06 of Hagans Montgomery Hagans has become board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in the area of Personal Injury Trial Law.
Rudy Metayer ’06 was awarded the Outstanding Community Service Award by the Austin branch of the NAACP.
Brooke Lierman ’08 was sworn in as Maryland’s comptroller, becoming the first woman to be independently elected to any state government office in the state.
Anthony Baca ’09 was appointed by Colorado Governor Jared Polis to the La Planta County Court.
James Leech ’09 was selected as managing attorney at Cesar Ornelas in San Antonio.
Jingli Jiang ’10 was promoted to partner at Akin Gump, focusing on international trade and transactional areas.
Orlando “Jay” Juarez ’10 was promoted to partner with McCall Parkhurst & Horton.
Isaac V. Sulemana ’11 was appointed city attorney for the city of La Joya, Texas.
Michael Fishel ’12 was added as a partner in King & Spalding’s Corporate, Finance and Investments practice group in Houston.
Monica Gaudioso ’13 was promoted to partner at Carrington Coleman.
Nikki Hill ’13 was promoted to partner with McCall Parkhurst & Horton.
Grant Schmidt ’13 was named to D Magazine’s list of the “Best Lawyers Under 40” for the fourth consecutive year.
Colin Watterson ’13 was promoted to partner at Hicks Thomas.
Marie Harlan ’14 has joined the Houston office of McFarland PLLC as a partner.
Garrett Martin ’14 was promoted to partner at Haynes and Boone, LLP.
Chase Proctor ’14 was promoted to partner at Haynes and Boone, LLP.
Josh Reyna ’14 was named chief of staff for Texas State Senator César Blanco.
Brent Rubin ’14 was promoted to partner at Carrington Coleman.
Matt Stewart ’14 was promoted to partner at Haynes and Boone, LLP.