Jennifer A. Hasley, managing partner in Hasley Scarano, was elected 2021-2022 president of the Houston Bar Association. Hasley succeeds Bill Kroger, a partner in Baker Botts.
Hasley is only the fifth woman president of the HBA in its 150-year history. This is her 12th year of leadership on the HBA Board of Directors, including serving as first vice president and treasurer. Hasley has spent more than 25 years volunteering through HBA community projects, events, and partnerships. She is a past chair of the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Board of Directors and supports HVL’s mission by providing pro bono legal service to low-income Houstonians.
Other new officers are President-elect Chris Popov, of Vinson & Elkins; First Vice President Daniella Landers, of Reed Smith; Second Vice President David Harrell, of Locke Lord; Treasurer Diana Gomez, of Chamberlain Hrdlicka; and Secretary Greg Moore, of Norton Rose Fulbright. Kroger will serve on the board as immediate past president.
Directors for 2021-2023 are Collin Cox, of Yetter Coleman; Pamela A. Medina, of Medina Law Texas; Colin Pogge, of Gibbs & Bruns; and Yvonne Ho, of Bracewell.
Completing terms as directors in 2022 are Robert Painter, of Painter Law Firm; Greg Ulmer, of Baker Hostetler; and Chanler Langham, of Susman Godfrey.
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