The San Antonio Bar Foundation elected 27 fellows to its 2022 class. Selection as a foundation fellow is by nomination only and is restricted to members of the San Antonio Bar Association.

Fellows must demonstrate professional achievement, an exemplary reputation, and commitment to the legal community. Each year’s class is limited to no more than one-third of 1% of SABA members and subject to confirmation by the San Antonio Bar Foundation Board of Trustees.

Members of the 2022 class are: Rebecca Hughes Adudell, of Gonzalez Chiscano Angulo & Kasson; Stephen J. Ahl, of Langley & Banack; Judge Rosie Alvarado, of the 438th Civil District Court; David Angulo, of Gonzalez Chiscano Angulo & Kasson; Tom Bagby, of Tom Bagby Law Firm; Paul D. Barkhurst, of Barkhurst & Hinojosa; Andrew L. Baumgardner, of Jackson Walker; Vanessa Y. Cantu, of Gonzalez Chiscano Angulo & Kasson; Kacy Cigarroa, of Kruger Carson; Inga Cotton, of San Antonio Charter Moms; Jeffrey Davis, of Davis Law Firm; Charlie Deacon, of Norton Rose Fulbright; Stephen T. Dennis, of Clark Hill; Judge Monique Diaz, of the 150th Civil District Court; George P. Escobedo, of The Law Office of George P. Escobedo & Associates; Jennifer Espronceda, of Espronceda Law; Joe A. Gamez, of Joe A. Gamez Law Firm; Nichole E. Jackson, of Rosenblatt Law Firm; David Khirallah, of Thompson Coe; Edward B. Marvin, of Gunn, Lee & Cave; Lawrence G. Morales, of The Morales Law Firm; Matthew Myers, of Myers Immigration Law; Roxie Parker, of RL Parker Law; Rachel Reuter, of Reuter Law Group; Hon. Carla Martinez Riedl, of the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office; Judge David J. Rodriguez, of Bexar County Court at Law #3; Brad Lee Sklencar, of Resnick & Louis; and Aimee Vidaurri, of Norton Rose Fulbright.

There are more than 650 fellows who volunteer and financially support the foundation’s programs and mission.

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