COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Bill serves his community and his profession.
Bill is involved in community service, having completed the Leadership Coppell program, been a volunteer judge in the Coppell Teen Court program for over fifteen years, served on the Coppell High School Realignment Committee, was a member of the Coppell Parks and Recreation Board, and a director of the Coppell Educational Development Corporation.
He served as a director and secretary, vice president, and president of North Texas Taping and Radio for the Blind, Inc., and as a director of The Girls’ Adventure Trails, Inc. and Family Legacy Missions International, Inc.
Bill has served the legal profession as a member of numerous professional organizations, including the State Bar of Texas’ Court Rules Committee, which helps revise the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure to meet changing needs, and on the Lawyer Advertising Review Committee, which ensures that lawyer advertising meets ethical standards. He is a former chair of the Dallas Bar Association Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section and a former chair of the State Bar of Texas Antitrust and Business Litigation Council.
Among other activities, Bill continues to serve his community since taking the bench helping serve Sunday breakfast at the Cornerstone Baptist Church Kitchen for homeless residents in Dallas for Dallas’ The Cedars Community. He also mentors at-risk students at the Cornerstone Crossroads Academy in The Cedars.