Texas Bar Foundation gives Hon. Craig T. Enoch statewide recognition

Craig EnochRetiring over 20 years ago from the Texas Supreme Court, Justice Craig T. Enoch set out to establish a first-class appellate practice. Joining the list of outstanding Texas appellate practitioners, Justice Enoch has received the 2024 Gregory S. Coleman Outstanding Appellate Lawyer Award from the Texas Bar Foundation. The Gregory S. Coleman Outstanding Appellate Lawyer Award was established in 2011 in honor and memory of Gregory S. Coleman. The award celebrates the high ideals and standards that Coleman demonstrated in his appellate practice and personal life. The recipients exhibit an outstanding appellate practice while maintaining a strong commitment to providing legal services for the underserved. The award recognizes dedication to mentoring young attorneys as well as a strong moral compass to guide both professional and personal pursuits.

Justice Craig T. Enoch is a founding member of ENOCH KEVER PLLC. Justice Enoch retired from the Texas Supreme Court after completing 22 years of judicial service, having served as a district court judge, an intermediate appellate court chief justice, and as a justice of the Texas Supreme Court. After his judicial service, Justice Enoch established specialized Appellate and Government Enforcement and Regulated Industries Litigation Practice Groups for a major regional law firm headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Recognizing the importance of effective advocacy for businesses at their intersection with government, Justice Enoch co-founded ENOCH KEVER PLLC, the firm that advocates for business. Justice Enoch’s experience includes representing businesses before judicial, administrative, and legislative governmental bodies. His experience as a neutral arbitrator has involved decisions on matters ranging from disputes over utility construction and purchase contracts to employee benefit agreements and estate claims. Since returning to private practice, Justice Enoch has participated in hundreds of appeals and has developed noted expertise on the existence, nature, and extent of fiduciary obligations. Also, Justice Enoch is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law, maintains his membership in the College of the State Bar, is a long-time member of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, and an active bar educator, writing and speaking at numerous Texas State Bar educational programs throughout the years.

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

Founded in 1965 by attorneys determined to assist the public and improve the profession, the Texas Bar Foundation has become the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the country. The Texas Bar Foundation relies on the contributions of its Fellows to improve the lives of Texans. To date, through the generosity of the Fellows, the Texas Bar Foundation has awarded more than $26 million in grants to numerous organizations across the state.

Election to the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a member of the State Bar of Texas, representing one-third of one percent of Texas attorneys. Selection is based on an outstanding record in the legal profession as well as proven commitment to support the community at large. For more information about the Texas Bar Foundation, please visit www.txbf.org.