Pam Madere Concludes Presidency of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel
Jackson Walker congratulates Austin partner Pamela Madere on her service as President of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC), one of the two largest state organizations of civil litigation attorneys in the U.S. Prior to her election as the 2018-2019 President, Pam served on the TADC Board for 20 years.
As President, Pam successfully led the TADC through the passage of legislation during the 86th Legislative Session, and her more than 50-member Board of Directors worked diligently to oversee the TADC’s efforts to promote fairness in the judicial system and the right to jury trial for all citizens.
“The TADC has a long-lasting, strong commitment to protecting the integrity and accessibility of our civil justice system, and our accomplishments at the Legislature reflect that,” Pam said.
“The TADC has a long-lasting, strong commitment to protecting the integrity and accessibility of our civil justice system, and our accomplishments at the Legislature reflect that.”
As a fellow Jackson Walker partner and a Director at Large of the TADC, Christopher R. Mugica said: “Having served with Pam Madere on the TADC, I have had the opportunity to witness firsthand her strength as a leader and her commitment to working with elected officials and members of the bar on issues of importance to businesses and individuals. Though her term as TADC President is coming to an end, I look forward to continue working with her at Jackson Walker.”
TADC’s more than 1,500 members conduct business throughout Texas, the nation, and around the world. Following the TADC Annual Meeting in San Antonio in September 2019, Pam will conclude her Presidency.
Real estate and land use attorney Pamela Madere develops strategies for clients dealing with real estate contracts, zoning, subdivisions, site plans, development permits, development agreements, easements, condemnation, Municipal Utility Districts, environmental matters, water and wastewater regulations, and traffic issues. Pam recently served as an adjunct professor at The University of Texas Law School, where she taught a course on negotiations. In addition to serving on the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, Pam is General Counsel for the Austin Chamber of Commerce, immediate Past Chair of the Real Estate Council of Austin, and Past President of the Central Texas Commercial Association of Realtors.