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A legend among Southeast Texas lawmakers, Jack Brooks, has died at age 89. The former Democratic U.S. Representative from Beaumont spent 42 years in Congress during an era when Democrats still dominated Texas politics. Brooks was a protégé … Read More
“Superlawyer,” “legend,” “humanitarian,” “business man,” “philanthropist” — these were the words Lamar University President James Simmons used to describe Beaumont attorney Walter Umphrey at a ceremony honoring Umphrey with an endowed scholarship in his name. Lamar and the Beaumont Foundation … Read More
First place winner from the 2010 Law Day Art Contest.
In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower established Law Day to help students and the public understand how the law protects our freedoms through programs and activities conducted by schools, courts, bar associations and civic groups.
Dallas attorney and Southeast Texas Record legal columnist John G. Browning was recently named the winner of the 2010 Burton Award for Distinguished Achievement in Legal Writing. Read More
The Jefferson County Young Lawyers Association will host a free legal workshop for parents of autistic and special needs children. Read More
Lamar University and Lamar Institute of Technology will present a joint Constitution Day event 7 p.m., Sept. 17 at the LIT Multipurpose Center on the corner of University and Lavaca streets. Read More
Texans are no strangers to hot summers. This year’s record temperatures, however, are causing even the most seasoned Texans to find creative ways to beat the heat.
Columnist John G. Browning has received an impressive first place award in a statewide press competition.
After 15 years, Adele Vokolek, deputy clerk, is retiring from the Jefferson County District Clerk’s Office.
At the Jefferson County District Clerk’s Office, whenever an attorney needs to file papers, a juror needs a form signed or a resident wants to look up a lawsuit, it is usually Adele Vokolek that gives them a hand.