HOUSTON — Rusty Hardin & Associates partner Jennifer Brevorka has been elected to membership in the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation in recognition of her outstanding professional achievements and commitment to improving the Texas justice system.
Only one-third of 1 percent of Texas State Bar members are invited each year to become Fellows. Nominees must be elected by the Board of Trustees of the Texas Bar Foundation, which is the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the United States.
Ms. Brevorka advises individuals and businesses in both civil and criminal matters, and has tried complex lawsuits and challenging criminal cases across the country. Her clients include CEOs, elected officials, whistleblowers, small businesses and white-collar criminal defendants. She is an adjunct law professor at the University of Houston Law Center. Before joining Rusty Hardin & Associates in 2012, she clerked for two federal judges following her graduation from Duke University School of Law.
With her election, Ms. Brevorka joins firm founder Rusty Hardin, firm partner Ryan Higgins and senior attorney Marcie McFarland as Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation. The organization strives to build a strong justice system for all and has distributed more than $19 million since its founding in 1965 to aid nonprofit groups with a wide range of justice-related programs and services.
Rusty Hardin & Associates, LLP has built a solid reputation for taking on the causes of its clients and obtaining favorable results in both civil matters and significant criminal cases. For more information visit https://www.rustyhardin.com.