As noted on the foundation’s website, each year the top one-third of 1 percent of Texas attorneys are invited to become its fellows.
“It’s an honor to be selected,” Seelbach says. “I appreciate the recognition.”
Seelbach says he is happy to be a part of an organization that does very good work. According to its website, the foundation helps organizations educate people about their rights and responsibilities under the law, provide legal services to the poor and those who turn to the legal system for protection.
Seelbach, a 2006 graduate of South Texas College of Law, says his practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation but that he does some personal-injury defense work.
— Mary Alice Robbins
Robbins is an Austin-based freelance writer and a former Texas Lawyer senior reporter.