Wallace B. Jefferson has recently received the following awards:
- A Texas Lawyer Lifetime Achievement Award for 2015
- The Anti-Defamation League Austin Jurisprudence Award for 2015
The 2016 edition of Chambers USA features Doug Alexander, Kevin Dubose, Marcy Hogan Greer, Wallace B. Jefferson, and Roger Townsend in appellate litigation in Texas. Richard O. Faulk is listed in environmental litigation in the District of Columbia.
The 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America lists 10 ADJT lawyers in appellate law: Doug Alexander, LaDawn Conway, Kevin Dubose, Robert Dubose, Charlie Frazier, Marcy Hogan Greer, Wallace B. Jefferson, Dana Livingston, Roger Townsend, and Amy Warr. Richard O. Faulk is listed in environmental litigation, and Marcy Hogan Greer is also listed in Bet-the-Company Litigation and Commercial litigation. Best Lawyers also lists Doug Alexander as Austin Appellate Lawyer of the Year and Roger Townsend as Houston Appellate Lawyer of the Year.
The 2016 edition of Texas Super Lawyers lists 12 lawyers from ADJT in Appellate Law: Doug Alexander, Kirsten M. Castañeda, LaDawn Conway, Kevin Dubose, Robert Dubose, Rachel Ekery, Charlie Frazier, Marcy Hogan Greer, Wallace B. Jefferson, Dana Livingston, Roger Townsend, and Amy Warr. Richard O. Faulk is listed in Environmental Law. Also, seven ADJT lawyers made specific “Top” lists: Doug Alexander (Top 10 Texas; Top 50 Central/West Texas), Kirsten M. Castañeda (Top 100 Dallas/Fort Worth), Kevin Dubose (Top 100 Houston), Marcy Hogan Greer (Top 50 Central/West Texas; Top 50 Women), Wallace B. Jefferson (Top 50 Central/West Texas), Roger Townsend (Top 100 Houston), and Amy Warr (Top 50 Central/West Texas).
The Travis County Women Lawyers Association honored two ADJT attorneys in 2015. Marcy Greer received the Appellate Litigation Award, and Amy Warr received the Pro Bono Award.
Kevin Dubose serves on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers and the Texas Center for Legal Ethics.
Alex Albright was recently reappointed to the Texas State Bar Pattern Jury Charge Oversight Committee and the Texas Supreme Court Rules Advisory Committee. She was appointed co-chair of the Supreme Court’s Judicial Bypass Rules Ad Hoc Committee, and, after the final rules were published, was invited to speak to the District & County Clerks and the District Judges about the new rules. Also, new editions of her Texas Civil Procedure casebook, TEXAS COURTS: A SURVEY, (Imprimatur Press) and her HANDBOOK ON TEXAS DISCOVERY PRACTICE (West Texas Practice Series)(co-authored with Charles F. Herring Jr.) were published this year.
LaDawn Conway is currently serving as chair of the State Bar Pattern Jury Charge Committee, Business, Consumer and Employment Volume.