Serves as the highest level staff lawyer on disciplinary matters for the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel of the State Bar of Texas. Supervises and administers the Texas Attorney Discipline System. Reports directly to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline.
Requires a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and a current Texas law license. Requires experience in successful litigation of cases and case management, with a focus on regulatory or enforcement entities preferred. Must have a proven track record in effectively supervising staff and managing operations of corporate legal staffs, district/county attorney offices, disciplinary/grievance entities or functionally equivalent entities. Requires a history of exercising sound judgment, tact and discretion in both professional and public contacts under stressful situations and understands the day-to-day ethical problems faced by practicing attorneys. Must be able to effectively communicate and relate to grievance committee members and the Commission for Lawyer Discipline, as well as public officials, legislators, the news media, the public, and other individuals and organizations outside the State Bar. Travel required.