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Crow begins Houston Bar Association presidency
M. Carter Crow assumed the office of president for the Houston Bar Association on May 15 during the group’s annual dinner meeting at River Oaks Country Club. Crow, partner-in-charge of the Houston office of Norton Rose Fulbright, succeeds David Chaumette to lead the nation’s fifth largest metropolitan bar association.
A member of the HBA Board of Directors since 2007, Crow has served as chair or co-chair of a number of the organization’s committees and programs, including Administration of Justice, Judicial Polls, Gender Fairness, Law Week, and Habitat for Humanity. He is past president of the Houston Management Lawyers Forum; served as a member of the Children’s Fund Inc.; and is an elder at Christ the King Presbyterian Church.
Crow earned his J.D., with honors, from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.