Jackson Walker is pleased to congratulate partner L. Suzan Kedron on her election as a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.
Fellows are elected for their outstanding professional achievements and demonstrated commitment to improving the Texas justice system. Each year, one-third of one percent of Texas State Bar members are invited to become Fellows. Once nominees are selected, they must be elected by the foundation’s Board of Trustees.
More than 100 Jackson Walker attorneys have been elected to fellowship, and they continue to support the foundation either as fellows, life fellows, or sustaining life fellows. A fellow has made a pledge to the foundation, a life fellow has completed his or her initial pledge, and a sustaining life fellow continues to support the foundation even after fulfilling his or her pledge.
As the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the nation, the Texas Bar Foundation has contributed more than $24 million to nonprofit organizations focused on justice-related programs and services throughout Texas.
L. Suzan Kedron represents real estate developers, landowners, and public entities in a variety of land use and real estate development issues. She focuses on zoning, development, planning, emerging technologies seeking municipal support/approval, due diligence, public private partnerships, economic development incentives, tax increment financing, green building, permitting, affordable housing, special districts, and litigation. In addition to serving as Chair of the Land Use practice, Suzan serves as the Chair of the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee.