Stephen R. Fogle
Stephen R. Fogle represents media companies and individual journalists, editors, publishers, and content producers on First Amendment, privacy, and news gathering issues and has wide experience in representing business clients on a complete range of commercial, construction, and contractual matters.
From 1976 to 1983, Mr. Fogle served as a Captain in the United States Army Field Artillery.
Mr. Fogle is active in the William Sessions American Inn of Court where he serves as President and Master of the Bench, the American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law, where he served as the Vice-Chair of the Media, Defamation and Privacy Law Committee and is a member of the Media Law Resource Center's First Amendment Speakers Bureau.
Mr. Fogle is a graduate of Leadership San Antonio, a Life Fellow of both the Texas and San Antonio Bar Foundations and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Returning Heroes Home, Inc. which supports the Warrior & Family Support Center in providing a home away from home and a place of healing for those recovering from injuries and wounds sustained in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is on the board of directors of the National Alumni Association for Western Kentucky University (2012-2015).
In 2012, Mr. Fogle received the Ethical Life Award from the Association of Corporate Counsel — South/Central Texas Chapter and was inducted into the Western Kentucky University ROTC Hall of Fame.
Based on his trial experience and standing in the community, Mr. Fogle was elected to the American Board of Trial Advocates in 2003 and is rated "AV-Preeminent" by his peers in the Martindale-Hubble legal directory.
Speeches / Publications
Mr. Fogle is a frequent speaker at CLE seminars, serves frequently as a faculty member of Trial Advocacy programs through local and state bar associations, and has authored several papers on media, First Amendment, litigation, mediation, and arbitration issues.
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B.A., cum laude, Western Kentucky University
J.D., Baylor University Law School
Mr. Fogle graduated from the American Academy of Attorney-Mediators and the United States Postal Service Basic and Advanced Mediation Training. Mr. Fogle is certified to handle claims before the Veterans Administration as part of Project Salute, a pro bono effort sponsored by the University of Detroit Mercy Law School.