Texas A&M School of Law honored six distinguished alumni at its Second Annual Alumni Legacy Awards Reception on Saturday, October 1, at the City Club of Fort Worth.
From left: The Honorable Mark Murrell ’08, Matthew Jackson ’13, Amber Hamilton Gregg ’11, The Honorable Charles Vanover '90, ’02, Stephen S. Mosher ’95, Craig A. Woodcook ’05
Hosted by the Texas A&M Law Alumni Board of Directors, the awards recognize outstanding law school alumni and their individual achievements, contributions to their professions, service to their communities, and loyalty to the law school.
The 2022 Texas A&M Law Alumni Legacy Award recipients were:
Judge Joe Spurlock II ’60 Alumnus of the Year Award
The Honorable Charles Vanover '90, ’02
Judge, Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 8
Rising Star Award
Matthew Jackson ’13
Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office
Private Practice Achievement Award
Craig A. Woodcook ’05
Chief Legal Officer, Ben E. Keith Company
Public/Non-Profit Sector Achievement Award
The Honorable Mark Murrell ’08
Municipal Court Judge, City of Dallas
Community Impact Award
Amber Hamilton Gregg ’11
In-House Trial Attorney, State Farm Insurance
Dean Emeritus Frank W. Elliott Dean's Advocate Award
Stephen S. Mosher ’95
Member, Whitaker Chalk Swindle & Schwartz PLLC
The Texas A&M School of Law Alumni Board provides networking, professional, and community-building opportunities for alumni, current students, and the legal community.
Net proceeds from the 2022 Alumni Legacy Awards Reception were donated to the Dean Emeritus Frank W. Elliot Endowed Scholarship.