Justices of the Houston Courts of Appeals

Justices of the 1st Court of Appeals

  1. Sherry Radack (C.J.)
  2. Evelyn Keyes1 Evelyn Keyes, Hedgehogs and Foxes: The Case for the Common Law Judge, 67 Hastings L.J. 749 (2016). 4Evelyn Keyes, Judicial Strategy and Legal Reason, 44 IND. L. REV. 357 (2011). 2 Evelyn Keyes, The Just Society and the Liberal State: Classical and Contemporary Liberalism and the Problem of Consent, 9 GEO. J.L. & Public Policy 1 (2011). 3Evelyn Keyes, The Literary Judge: The Judge as Novelist and Critic, 44 Hous. L. REV. 679 (2007). 5Evelyn Keyes, Two Conceptions of Judicial Integrity: Traditional and Perfectionist Approaches to Issues of Morality and Social Justice, 22 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Public Policy 233 (2008). 6Evelyn Keyes, Civil Rights Suits that Interfere with Ongoing State Civil Proceedings: Younger Abstention in the Wake of Pennzoil Co. v. Texaco, Inc., 24 Hous. L. REV. 917 (1987).
  3. Russell Lloyd
  4. Peter Kelly7Peter Kelly, The Court’s Charge from the Plaintiff’s Perspective, 76 ADVOCATE (Texas) 8 . 8Peter Kelly, Expert Reports in Health Care Liability Claims, 51 TEX. TECH L. REV. 841 (2019). 9Peter Kelly & Alan B. Daughtry, Texas Courts of Appeals Update, 13 APP. ADVOC. 21 (2000).
  5. Gordon Goodman10Gordon Goodman, The Ethics of Governance, 16 Hastings Bus. L.J. 139 (2020).
  6. Sarah Beth Landau
  7. Richard Hightower
  8. Julie Countiss11Celena Vinson & Julie Countiss, The Power of Civil Enforcement, 43 AM. J. CRIM. L. 105 (2015).
  9. Terry Adams

Justices of the 14th Court of Appeals

  1. Kem Thompson Frost (C.J.)12Kem Thompson Frost, Predictability in the Law, Prized Yet Not Promoted: A Study in Judicial Priorities, 67 Baylor L. Rev. 48 (2015).
  2. Tracy Christopher13Tracy Christopher, Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law – Do I Have to, 76 ADVOCATE (Texas) 44 . 14Mark Davidson & Tracy Christopher, Multidistict Litigation – Texas Style, 44 ADVOCATE (Texas) 98 .
  3. Ken Wise15Ken Wise, District of Brazos: The Republic of Texas’ Early Court, 83 TEX. B.J. 388 (2020). 16“Justice Wise started Wise About Texas to preserve and promote Texas history.”
  4. Kevin Jewell
  5. Frances Bourliot17David R. Dow, Jared Tyler, Frances Bourliot & Jennifer Jeans, Is It Constitutional to Execute Someone Who Is Innocent (And If It Isn’t, How Can It Be Stopped following House v. Bell), 42 Tulsa L. REV. 277 (2006).
  6. Jerry Zimmerer
  7. Charles A. Spain 18Charles A. Spain & Kevin H. Dubose, In Light of This Court’s Opinion – Drafting Unambiguous Appellate Judgements, 26 APP. ADVOC. 9 (2013). 19Charles Spain, Be Prepared, 82 TEX. B.J. 782 (2019).
  8. Meagan Hassan
  9. Margaret “Meg” Poissant

References   [ + ]

1. Evelyn Keyes, Hedgehogs and Foxes: The Case for the Common Law Judge, 67 Hastings L.J. 749 (2016).
2. Evelyn Keyes, The Just Society and the Liberal State: Classical and Contemporary Liberalism and the Problem of Consent, 9 GEO. J.L. & Public Policy 1 (2011).
3. Evelyn Keyes, The Literary Judge: The Judge as Novelist and Critic, 44 Hous. L. REV. 679 (2007).
4. Evelyn Keyes, Judicial Strategy and Legal Reason, 44 IND. L. REV. 357 (2011).
5. Evelyn Keyes, Two Conceptions of Judicial Integrity: Traditional and Perfectionist Approaches to Issues of Morality and Social Justice, 22 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Public Policy 233 (2008).
6. Evelyn Keyes, Civil Rights Suits that Interfere with Ongoing State Civil Proceedings: Younger Abstention in the Wake of Pennzoil Co. v. Texaco, Inc., 24 Hous. L. REV. 917 (1987).
7. Peter Kelly, The Court’s Charge from the Plaintiff’s Perspective, 76 ADVOCATE (Texas) 8 .
8. Peter Kelly, Expert Reports in Health Care Liability Claims, 51 TEX. TECH L. REV. 841 (2019).
9. Peter Kelly & Alan B. Daughtry, Texas Courts of Appeals Update, 13 APP. ADVOC. 21 (2000).
10. Gordon Goodman, The Ethics of Governance, 16 Hastings Bus. L.J. 139 (2020).
11. Celena Vinson & Julie Countiss, The Power of Civil Enforcement, 43 AM. J. CRIM. L. 105 (2015).
12. Kem Thompson Frost, Predictability in the Law, Prized Yet Not Promoted: A Study in Judicial Priorities, 67 Baylor L. Rev. 48 (2015).
13. Tracy Christopher, Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law – Do I Have to, 76 ADVOCATE (Texas) 44 .
14. Mark Davidson & Tracy Christopher, Multidistict Litigation – Texas Style, 44 ADVOCATE (Texas) 98 .
15. Ken Wise, District of Brazos: The Republic of Texas’ Early Court, 83 TEX. B.J. 388 (2020).
16. “Justice Wise started Wise About Texas to preserve and promote Texas history.”
17. David R. Dow, Jared Tyler, Frances Bourliot & Jennifer Jeans, Is It Constitutional to Execute Someone Who Is Innocent (And If It Isn’t, How Can It Be Stopped following House v. Bell), 42 Tulsa L. REV. 277 (2006).
18. Charles A. Spain & Kevin H. Dubose, In Light of This Court’s Opinion – Drafting Unambiguous Appellate Judgements, 26 APP. ADVOC. 9 (2013).
19. Charles Spain, Be Prepared, 82 TEX. B.J. 782 (2019).

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