Expect the Unexpected: In Life and in Law, Judge Rhonda Hurley Just Rolls With It

, Texas Lawyer


Serendipity has defined the life of 98th District Judge Rhonda Hurley. She ran her own family law and mediation solo practice from 1997 to 2003, when a serendipitous phone call pulled her into the Travis County district courts. She accepted a job as an associate judge, handling CPS cases. In 2007, then-98th District Judge W. Jeanne Meurer decided to retire, and Hurley says she took a career leap she never envisioned: She won election to that court in 2008, and took the bench in 2009.

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