The Texas Bar Foundation honored retired Supreme Court of Texas Justice Craig T. Enoch with the 2024 Gregory S. Coleman Outstanding Appellate Lawyer Award, according to a press release.

The award, established in 2011, commemorates the late attorney Gregory S. Coleman and celebrates the ideals and standards that Coleman demonstrated in his appellate practice and personal life. Recipients exhibit an outstanding appellate practice while maintaining a strong commitment to providing legal services for the underserved. The award also recognizes dedication to mentoring young attorneys.

Enoch, who served on the Supreme Court of Texas from 1993 until his retirement in 2003, is a founding member of Enoch Kever in Austin. His 22 years of judicial service included time as a district court judge, an intermediate appellate court chief justice, and a justice of the Supreme Court of Texas. Enoch returned to private practice in 2003 as a shareholder in Winstead, where he spent seven years before establishing Enoch Kever.

Since returning to private practice, Enoch has participated in hundreds of appeals and has developed noted expertise on the existence, nature, and extent of fiduciary obligations, according to a press release. He is certified in civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, maintains his membership in the Texas Bar College, is a longtime member of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, and is an active bar educator, writing and speaking at numerous State Bar of Texas educational programs throughout the years, according to a press release.

Justice Enoch will be recognized at the Texas Bar Foundation Annual Dinner held on June 21, 2024, at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.

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