On the Threshold: On Brink of Record-Setting Tenure, Justice Talks Tort Reform, Judicial Elections and Court Evolution

, Texas Lawyer


In the Nov. 6 general election, voters sent Texas Supreme Court Justice Nathan Hecht to the high court for the fifth time. Early in his upcoming sixth term, Hecht will replace the late Justice Joe Greenhill as the court's longest-serving justice. Texas Lawyer Senior Reporter John Council sat down with Hecht in his Austin chambers to talk about the court and his time there.

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