Billy Eichman will announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 364th District Court on Tuesday, October 22nd on the Lubbock County Courthouse.
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Two Texas Tech School of Law graduates have been appointed to positions by Governor Rick Perry.
Kennon has been a trial attorney for 29 years, 24 of which have been in private practice. He is a former assistant attorney general under Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox and a former prosecutor for the Travis County Attorney’s Office.
Law students and the public will have a special opportunity to view the court, which usually presides in Austin, in action on Wednesday.
She is currently pursuing a Master of Laws in Judicial Studies from the Duke University School of Law.
Bard’s work will focus on legal options available to City of Lubbock officials seeking to eradicate nuisance insects such as bed bugs and mosquitoes.
Tech Law graduates led all Texas public law schools on the February 2013 Texas Bar Examination with a 95.45 percent first-time pass rate.
Tech Law originally partnered with the program in 2006 to offer additional educational resources for high school students interested in pursuing legal careers.
Tech took six of seven ballots from a panel that included six federal district court judges and one judge from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
The Texas Tech School of law is one of only 47 American Bar Association approved law schools that met its transparency criteria as of March 4th, out of 199 schools.