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Civil appeals in Texas and federal courts.
Partner, Alexander Dubose & Jefferson LLP (2013-present); Senior Staff Attorney to Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson, Supreme Court of Texas (2003–2013); Staff Attorney for Extraordinary Writs, Supreme Court of Texas (2002–2003); ScottHulse, PC (Shareholder 1999–2001; Associate 1994–1999); Baker Botts LLP (Associate 1993–94); Board Certified, Texas Board of Legal Specialization (2007–present); Adjunct Professor, University of Texas School of Law.
American Bar Association; Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation; State Bar of Texas, Appellate Section, Pro Bono Committee, Chair; Texas Board of Legal Specialization exam commission (2013–2019).
Court Facilitation of Pro Se Representation, in BEYOND ELITE LAW: ACCESS TO CIVIL JUSTICE IN AMERICA (Cambridge University Press 2016); Having the Last Word: Reply Briefs at the Texas Supreme Court, Practice Before the Supreme Court of Texas, State Bar of Texas (2009).
J.D. cum laude, University of Pennsylvania Law School (1993); Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (1991–1993); A.B. cum laude, Duke University (1990).