A Life in the Law or Diddly Squat

, Texas Lawyer

For George Gallagher, an acceptance letter he received from St. Mary's School of Law in 1979 changed the course of his life. Put more bluntly, according to Gallagher: "If I didn't get into law school, I wouldn't have done diddly squat with the rest of my life." Gallagher, now judge of the 396th District Court in Fort Worth, talks about his career and his style on the bench.

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