Historic Runoff for State Bar President-Elect

, Texas Lawyer


Trey Apffel and Steve Fischer will compete in a runoff election in May, vying to become the next State Bar of Texas president-elect. It's the first president-elect runoff in State Bar history, writes Bar spokeswoman Kim Davey in an email.

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  • Larry Hicks

    The Bar must elect a candidate who will serve the lawyers of Texas with dignity and honor. I believe Trey Appfel to be the only remaining candidate capable of accomplishing that goal, so I am throwing my support to Trey. I encourage all Texas lawyers to vote in the runoff and elect Trey as our next President-Elect.

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