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Teacher & Mentor

Judge Bonnie Sudderth with clerk Kellie Brady

Judge Sudderth also takes time from her duties as a judge to serve as a mentor to young lawyers. In 2008, Judge Sudderth was awarded the Outstanding Mentor Award by the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association. That same year, she went on to win the statewide award, receiving the Texas Outstanding Mentor Award by the 24,000 member-strong Texas Young Lawyers Association.

Adjunct Professor – Texas A&M School of Law

Judge Sudderth is a legal scholar and teacher. For more than a decade, she has served as an Adjunct Law Professor at the Texas A&M School of Law, (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law) where Judge Sudderth teaches Texas Trials & Appeals to upper level law students. She also volunteers as a judge for Mock Trial and Moot Court intramural competitions. Recently, Judge Suddert has offered an additional course to students – a one-week intensive practicum on civil motion practice. Judge Sudderth has received the Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Award for her service.

Judge Bonnie Sudderth working with local law students


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