Randy Sorrels for State Bar President
I don’t think I’ve ever voted in a State Bar election. I’ve certainly never endorsed a candidate.
But I feel compelled to endorse a candidate in this year’s election for State Bar President.
Randy Sorrels is running on a platform of 12 Ideas (12! Like jurors! Or apostles! Or months!) most of which will make life better for us without making life worse for our clients. The few that I don’t care for (“Texas Lawyers’ Briefcase”?) at least won’t do any harm.
Randy’s opponent is running on negative campaigning and robocalls. (You want me to vote against you? Robocall me!)
If you’re a Texas lawyer and are at best apathetic about who runs the State Bar, it’s not too late to give Randy your vote. He is a gentleman, a scholar, and a true lawyer’s lawyer.
And if you think I’m wrong, please leave a comment below.
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