1. Candidates shall be licensed and admitted to practice law in Texas state and federal courts, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

  1. Candidates shall disclose to Plaintiff any association with entities listed in the ENTITIES WITH INTERESTS IN CONFLICT WITH PLAINTIFF’S INTERESTS. (See “Conflicts” page on this website.)

  1. Candidates shall enter into an agreement with Plaintiff in which the lawyer shall promise to adhere to the “THE TEXAS LAWYER'S CREED -- A Mandate for Professionalism”, promulgated by the Supreme Court of Texas and the Court of Criminal Appeals on November 7, 1989. (See “Creed” page on this website).

If you are a lawyer who can meet these requirements and has a sincere interest in reforming Texas law relating to attorney-client relationships, please submit a vita that includes a list of cases you have prosecuted and two examples of pleadings you have authored to Roger K. Parsons at R.K.Parsons@TexasBarWatch.US.

Employment Requirements

Plaintiff solicits the immediate employment of trial and appellate counsel to prosecute fraud and breach of duty claims against Baron & Budd, P.C. lawyers; and  unjust enrichment claims against Windle Turley, ConocoPhillips (“Conoco”) and E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (“DuPont”). The case is pending in the 17th District Court of Tarrant County, Texas; however, the case may be removed to federal court because there is evidence that defendants bribed state judges to oppress the prosecution of the underlying cases under the color of law.