Jackson Walker is pleased to congratulate Joshua Flores on his election as a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.
Fellows are chosen for their outstanding professional achievements and demonstrated commitment to improving the Texas justice system. Each year, one-third of 1% of 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 $20 million to worthy projects focused on providing opportunities and protecting justice.
Joshua Flores is an attorney in the Trial & Appellate Litigation and Trusts & Estates practices of Jackson Walker’s Houston office. His practice primarily focuses on fiduciary litigation, including will contests, will and trust interpretation issues, probate and trust administration, and guardianship proceedings. He also handles business and fiduciary disputes between partners, company members, and shareholders, as well as other civil litigation matters. In 2021 and 2022, Josh was named among the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in the areas of Litigation – Trusts and Estates and Commercial Litigation, and has also consistently been recognized as a “Texas Rising Star” by Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers since 2017.