Haynes and Boone Partner Lynne Liberato Begins Term as President of Texas Supreme Court Historical Society


HOUSTON – Haynes and Boone, LLP Partner Lynne Liberato began her one-year term as president of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society on June 3. She was elected president-elect in November 2010.

“The Texas Supreme Historical Society is the leader in the state in the preservation and education of the history of our judicial system,” said Liberato. “Our upcoming book on the history of the Texas Supreme Court is but one example of our commitment, which encompasses commissioning of historical books, sponsoring historical symposia and recognizing the contributions of judges and lawyers in making our state so great.”

Ms. Liberato co-heads Haynes and Boone’s Appellate Practice Group and has led appellate teams in some of the most significant appeals in Texas, including before the United States and Texas Supreme Courts. Ms. Liberato counts her professional and community service among her highest achievements, including her selection as the United Way of Greater Houston “Volunteer of the Year” and her service as president of the State Bar of Texas.

She received a bachelor’s degree from Sam Houston State University, master’s degree from Texas A&M University at Commerce, and a juris doctorate from South Texas College of Law.

The Texas Supreme Court Historical Society is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant information and artifacts relating to the Supreme Court and the Texas appellate courts. The society sponsors scholarships relating to the history of the Texas judiciary and furthers efforts to raise public awareness about the judicial branch of government and its role in the development of Texas.


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