200th District Court Candidates

200th District Court Candidates

JOHN HATHAWAY

Professional: Associate district court judge; private practice attorney representing plaintiffs and defendants

Community: CASA of Travis Co.; Legal Aid of Central Texas; Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism; Texas Bar Foundation; First United Methodist Church

JAN SOIFER

Professional: Attorney, Locke Liddell & Sapp; chief, Charitable Trusts Section, state attorney general's office; deputy chief, Consumer Protection, AG's office; UT law adjunct faculty; board certified, consumer and commercial law

Community: Texas Access to Justice Commission; past president, Travis Co. Bar Association; Supreme Court Gender Bias Reform Implementation Committee; president, Congregation Beth Israel of Austin.

GISELA TRIANA

Professional: County Court at Law No. 5 judge; justice of the peace; associate municipal judge; solo practitioner in civil and criminal cases; assistant county attorney; staff attorney, Office of the Texas Secretary of State.

Community: Austin Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts; Children's Justice Act Task Force; past vice chair, Austin Downtown Commission; University Catholic Center.

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