|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1998||04/01/2017|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Austin Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|State Bar of Texas||Member||N/A|
|50 Baylor L. Rev. 869||“The Unqualified Paradoxes of Qualified Immunity: Reasonably Mistaken Beliefs, Reasonably Unreasonable Conduct, and the Specter of Subjective Intent That Haunts Objective Legal Reasonableness,”||1998|
|50 Baylor L. Rev. 381||“What Motivates the Ultimate Decisionmaker: An Analysis of the Legal Standards for Proving Causation and Malice in Employment Retaliation Lawsuits,”||1998|
|Stanford University||Law||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||1996|
|Harvard University||American History and Literature||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1987|
|University of Texas School of Law 14th Annual Conference on State and Federal Appeals||“United States Supreme Court Update”||2004|
|State Bar Suing & Defending Governmental Entities Course||“New Cases You Need to Know About: Supreme Court Update”||2003|
|University of Texas School of Law 12th Annual Conference on State and Federal Appeals||“Obtaining and Using Legislative History”||2002|
|Attorney General Advanced Appellate Advocacy Seminar||“Interlocutory Appeals & Immunity Issues: Sovereign, Qualified, Official”||2001|
|State Bar Suing & Defending Governmental Entities Course||“Political Retaliation” & “Immunity: Individual & Governmental”||2000|
|Public Sector Employment Seminar||“Reassessing Personal Liability”||1999|
|Education Law Association Conference||“Legal Strategies for Avoiding Individual Liability Under Federal Civil Rights Laws: How to Maximize the Benefits of Qualified Immunity”||1999|
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