Following are the Advisory Council members, their UT Dallas majors and graduation dates, their current positions and the law schools they attended:
Mark Castillo (interdisciplinary studies, spring 1997),
a senior associate in the Curtiss Law Firm in Dallas, where he specializes in commercial bankruptcy; University of Chicago.
King Fifer (government and politics, fall 1987),
formerly a specialist in construction litigation, he is now a county-court-at-law judge in Dallas County; University of Tulsa Law School.
Deborah Hankinson (graduate student alumni in the School of Human Behavior), formerly a Texas Supreme Court Justice, she now does complex civil litigation in Dallas; SMU Law School.
Matt Hill (government and politics, spring 1998), the labor and employment lawyer for DART; University of Chicago Law School.
Caren Lock (government and politics, fall 1991), regional vice president and associate general counsel in charge of governmental relations for TIAA-CREF; Baylor Law School.
Deborah Miller (American studies, spring 1990), a family lawyer with Palmer & Manuel in Dallas; University of Houston Law School.
Derrick Morgan (government and politics, summer 1999), on the staff of Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, D.C.; Georgetown Law School.
Vincent Morgan (economics and finance, fall 1995)
insurance coverage lawyer at Pillsbury Winthrop in Houston, where he is a senior associate; UT Law School.
Mary Murphy (English, fall 1979), the judge in the 14th District Court in Dallas County and a candidate for Texas’ 5th District Court of Appeals; SMU Law School.
Bryan Neal (government and politics, spring 1990),
a senior partner at Thompson & Knight, a large Dallas law firm; SMU Law School.
Michael Peticolas (government and politics, summer 1995), has his own law office where he handles death and serious injury cases. He recently won a major case involving a refinery explosion and as a result is semi-retired at the age of 36; South Texas School of Law.
Kimberly Phillips (criminal justice, spring 2004), a litigation associate with Gardere Wynne Sewell in Dallas and named by the American Bar Association as the Best Moot Court Advocate in the nation; St. Mary’s Law School.
Navin Rao (government and politics, spring 1998), vice president and general counsel of Associated Computer Services in Dallas; University of Michigan Law School.
Brad Soshea (historical studies, fall 1999), regional director in charge of longshoremen and harbor workers issues with the Department of Labor in Houston; University of Houston Law School.
Raul Suazo (government and politics, fall 1993), a partner in Martin, Dierdre, Jefferson & Wisdom in Houston where he is a litigator; University of Houston Law School.