That's How He Rocks and Rolls: Judge Chris Oldner Sure Is a Tough Taskmaster

, Texas Lawyer

Judge Chris Oldner has his dad to thank for his legal career — and vice versa. While growing up in Collin County, Oldner says he played the role of a pro se defendant when he wound up in trouble with his father. So after Oldner graduated from Baylor University in 1989 with a bachelor's degree in political science, he headed to Texas Tech University School of Law.

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