Lynne Liberato has argued before the United States Supreme Court, met with the president in the Oval Office regarding judicial appointments, and lobbied Congress for funding of legal services for the poor. Whether before the highest levels of the three branches of government or at home in Houston, she dedicates herself to her clients, her profession, and her community.
Lynne has led teams in some of the most significant appeals and trials in Texas. Most recently, she represented the NFL during the Houston Super Bowl, won reversal of a closely-watched public information act case before the Texas Supreme Court, and upheld in the 5th Circuit a take-nothing judgement in a multi-billion dollar False Claims Act and OCSLA appeal.
Lynne includes among her proudest achievements her selection as "Volunteer of the Year" for the United Way of Greater Houston, winning the Karen H. Susman ADL Jurisprudence Award, her election as president of the State Bar of Texas, and her selection as a participant in the 59th Annual Security Forum of the Air Force War College.
A prolific speaker and legal writer, Lynne co-authored "Summary Judgments in Texas," often called the "bible" of summary judgments. Versions of this article have appeared in five law reviews since 1989, and it has been recognized as one of the 10 most-cited articles by appellate courts nationwide. Lynne also is a member of the executive committee of the board of directors for Haynes and Boone.