Jennifer Freel Joins Texas Supreme Court Historical Society’s Board of Trustees

August 15, 2022 | Attorney News

Jennifer FreelJackson Walker proudly announces Austin partner Jennifer S. Freel’s election as a trustee of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society. Her three-year term will end on May 31, 2025.

Established in 1990, the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society (TSCHS) collects and preserves information, papers, photographs, and significant artifacts relating to the Supreme Court and the appellate courts of Texas. TSCHS acts as conservator for the judicial portrait collection and other paintings and valued historic items belonging to the court.

The Board of Trustees is divided into three sections and meets twice per year. Members may be eligible for re-election to a second three-year term in 2025.

A former federal prosecutor, Jennifer advises businesses and individuals under investigation by the government and conducts internal investigations for companies seeking an independent party. She also represents clients in civil disputes at the pre-trial, trial, and appellate levels in state and federal court. She is an elected Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a past chair of the Criminal Law Section of the Federal Bar Association, and a past president of the Austin Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.​​​​