Sharon McCally

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Sharon McCally
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Current Court Information:
Texas Fourteenth District Court of Appeals
Title:   Justice
Position:   Place 2
Salary:  $138-145k
Service:
Active:   2011-2016
Past position:   District 334 Court Judge
Past term:   2004-2010
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Southern Methodist University, 1981
Law School:   South Texas College of Law, 1990



Sharon McCally is the judge of the Texas Fourteenth District Court of Appeals, Seat 2. She was elected in 2010 (effective in 2011) and her term expires in 2016.[1][2]

Education

McCally received her B.A. in English from Southern Methodist University in 1981 and her J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 1990.[2]

Career

McCally began her legal career as a clerk to David Hittner. One year later, she joined the firm Fisher, Gallagher, Perrin & Lewis, L.L.P. In 1997, McCally co-founded a law firm, where she served until elected to the Texas District 334 Court in 2004.[2]

2010 election

See also: Texas judicial elections, 2010

McCally is running for the 14th District Court of Appeals Seat 2. She defeated Norma Venso in the general election., winning 59.5% of the vote.[3][4]

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