Dave LaBrec to receive the 2018 Outstanding Mentor award from the Texas City Attorneys Association
Dave LaBrec has been honored by the Texas City Attorneys Association (TCAA) as the 2018 Outstanding Mentor of the Year. Earlier in his career Dave was General Counsel for the Texas City Attorneys Association and has remained a member since he left that position to become First Assistant City Attorney in Dallas. Since joining Strasburger & Price (now Clark Hill Strasburger) as head of the Governmental practice group, Dave has remained an affiliate member of TCAA, which has continued into retirement. Dave is “truly humbled” by this award which is “indicative of [his] good fortune to be surrounded by very capable attorneys, along with [his] many mentors from whom [he] learned the value of mentoring and training early in [his] career.”
The Texas City Attorneys Association includes Attorneys for over 1,000 cities and towns in the state along with numerous affiliate members. Receiving the Outstanding Mentor award requires a nomination along with letters of recommendation from TCAA members, followed by a vote from the Board of Directors.
The award will be presented on Thursday, June 14th during the TCAA Annual Conference.
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