From Young Judge to Mentor — Enoch Kever co-founder, Craig Enoch, receives the Larry York Award

President of the Austin Bar, Todd Smith, presents Craig Enoch with the Larry F. York Mentoring Award.

On Saturday, January 25, 2020 at the Annual Boots and Bourbon Austin Bar Foundation Gala, Enoch Kever co-founder, Craig Enoch, received the Larry F. York Mentoring Award. This award is given to a lawyer or judge who has demonstrated exceptional skill and generosity in mentoring younger members of the bar. It was created to pay tribute to Larry York, who encouraged many young lawyers in Travis County to achieve professional and personal excellence, with integrity, grace, and humor. Nominees must have practiced at least ten years and have served as role models and counselors to other lawyers, distinguishing themselves as leaders of their profession while fully embracing life’s experiences.





Click on the link below to view a 1984 video recording of Craig, who was then serving as one of the youngest Texas district court judges in Dallas, Texas, as he was interviewed by Dr. Gary McCaleb, Vice President of Abilene Christian University for On Campus.