Alex Gonzales Presents at UT Law School’s Color of Justice Series


Winstead shareholder Alex Gonzales was part of a panel at UT Law School’s Color of Justice Series on May 20, sponsored by the National Association of Women Judges.  This annual program is designed to encourage girls and minority high school students to consider pursuing careers in the law and judiciary.  The Color of Justice Series features experienced judges and lawyers discussing law school and the requirements for admission, sharing their experiences, including the reasons why they chose their careers, and answering questions in small groups. Students, judges and lawyers laud the project, and it has been reproduced simply and successfully around the country.  Alex is co-chair of Winstead’s Insurance Industry Group and a member of the Public & Regulatory Law Practice Group. 

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