Month: June 2017

An LGBT Annual Networking Success

Don Davis first attended the LGBT Bar’s Annual Conference and Career Fair as a law student in 2005. He immediately became a big fan of the conference and a frequent attendee. In 2015, he attended the Annual Conference as a recipient of one of the Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40 Awards. At the opening event […]

Mitchell Katine, LGBT Bar Member

When Mitchell Katine began at South Texas College of Law in 1982, he simply hoped to gain a better understanding of the law. However, he soon realized the difference he could make for the LGBT community and chose to put his education into practice. Shortly after Mitchell graduated in 1985, the Supreme Court issued its […]

Becoming a Competitive Candidate through the Annual Conference & Career Fair

Board Member Jenn Protas decided to attend law school after reading the Supreme Court’s Lawrence v. Texas decision in 2003. An English Literature and Creative Writing double major, she saw law as the perfect opportunity to put “the theoretical into practice.” Jenn’s commitment to LGBT rights inspired her to attend the LGBT Bar’s Annual Conference […]