Jackson Walker attorney Dawn Holiday has been elected as a fellow of the Houston Bar Foundation.
Established in 1982, the Houston Bar Foundation (HBF) is the charitable arm of the Houston Bar Association and is the primary benefactor of Houston Volunteer Lawyers. Each year, less than 1% of Houston Bar Association members are invited to join as a fellow. Fellows play a vital role in supporting programs that provide legal representation to the indigent, promote community understanding of our legal system, and foster the administration of justice.
Dawn S. Holiday focuses on labor and employment law litigation, representing corporations in disputes involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, non-competition, trade secret and workplace investigation claims. Dawn has been recognized among Thomson Reuters’ “Super Lawyers – Rising Stars,” “Who’s Who in Black Houston,” the National Bar Association’s “Top 40 Under 40,” and Lawdragon’s “500 Leading U.S. Corporate Employment Lawyers.” Dawn has also been recognized among the National Black Lawyers “Top 100” for three consecutive years.
Outside of her law practice, through various organizations, Dawn is on mission to advance equality for women and underrepresented attorneys in the legal profession. She is highly regarded and has an outstanding reputation amongst her peers, as well as the recipient of many prestigious awards and recognitions for her legal expertise, leadership and community service.