2024 -Supreme Court, Place 6

Democratic Primary Race in March
General Election Race in November

Court & PlaceRepublicanDemocratDemocratNotes/Other

Jane Bland*
(R-Houston)


Bonnie Lee Goldstein
(D-Dallas)

Joe Pool
(D-Dripping Springs)

David Roberson (L)

Texas Bar Card Number000000070809797516116400
Campaign Mailing AddressJustice Jane Bland
1005 Congress Ave. #400
Austin, Texas 78701
Judge Bonnie Goldstein Campaign
2121 N. Pearl St., Ste. 210
Mail Box No. 1
Dallas, Texas 75201
Joe Pool Campaign
3800 Creek Road
Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
Campaign Contactteam@justicejanebland.comjudgebonniegoldstein@gmail.comjoepool@poolforjustice.com
Campaign Websitejusticejanebland.comjudgegoldstein.compoolforjustice.com
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Current OccupationJustice, Texas Supreme Court
Place 6
Justice
5th Court of Appeals, Place 3
Solo Practitioner
Years of Texas Residency
JD School & YearUniversity of Texas School of Law w/ high honors 1990
Vice-Chancellor, editor of the Texas Law Review
Member, Order of the Coif
George Washington University School of Law
1990
Moot Court Honors
University of Texas
1980
Other EducationB.A. Accounting
B.A. Honors Business
University of Texas at Austin
B.A., Law & Society, Spanish
Hood College [Maryland]
1984
M.A. Accounting, UT McCombs School of Business
B.A. – Government, UT Austin
Year of State Bar Licensure199019901980
Legal Experience - Nonjudicial

Trial and Appellate Partner
Vinson & Elkins - 2019

Associate
Baker Botts
1991-1997

Clerk, Hon Thomas Gibbs, US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

2003-14: Attorney, Bonnie Lee Goldstein P.C [Cockrell Hill]
2011-13: Director, Region III, Texas Municipal Courts Association, Texas Municipal Courts Education Center [Dallas]
2001-03: Partner, Brown & Hofmeister
1999-2001: Attorney, Bickerstaff, Heath, Smiley, Pollan, Kever & McDaniel
1990-98: Attorney, Vial Hamilton Koch & Knox
General Counsel
Dripping Springs Water Supply Corp.
5 years
Jury Trial Experienceover 150 jury trials4 years as judge of the 44th Civil District Court, Dallas County
Appellate Judicial ExperienceTexas Supreme Court
2019-present
First Court of Appeals
2003-2018
Justice
5th Court of Appeals, Dallas
2021-present
Other Judicial ExperienceJudge, 281st District Court
1997-2003
2015-21: Judge, 44th Judicial District Court, Dallas County
2006-14: Chief Municipal Court Judge, City of Royse City
2003-14: Associate Municipal Court Judge, City of Cockrell Hill
2004-09: Associate Municipal Court Judge, City of Dallas
Board CertificationsCivil Trial Law
Civil Appellate Law
Courts AdmittedUS Supreme Court
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Texas Southern District/Bankruptcy Court
All Texas state courts
US Supreme Court
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
US Northern Dist. of Texas
US Tax Court
Texas Northern District Court
Texas Western District Court
Honors and AwardsRehnquist Award, 2010

Four time winner
Judge of the Year
Texas Assn of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists
2020 Outstanding Jurist
Dallas Women Lawyers Assn

AV-Preminent rating, Martindale-Hubbell
Prior Elections2020 Texas General Election
Texas Supreme Court, Plc 6
55.24% v Kathy Cheng

2018 Texas Republican Primary
First Court of Appeals, Place 2
100%; unopposed

2012 Texas General Election
1st Court of Appeals, Place 2
53.29% v. Ron Lovett (D)

2006 Texas General Election
1st Court of Appeals, Place 2
100%; unopposed

2004 Texas General Election
1st Court of Appeals, Place 2
Unexpired Term
100%; unopposed

2002 Texas General Election
District Judge, 281st Judicial District
100%; unopposed

1998 Texas General Election
District Judge, 281st Judicial District
57.67% v. Reginald E. McKamie, Sr.
2020 General Election
52% v 1 opponent

2014 General Election
Unopposed
Most Recent Bar Polls2024 - 2,824 47%

2020 State Bar Poll
52% against 2 opponents

2020 Houston Bar Poll
70.4% against 1 opponent
2024 - 1,993 33.5%

2020 Texas State Bar
2nd place, 41.44%
2024 - 699 12%2024 - 440 7%
Key Endorsements (Max 5)
Judicial Philosophy (Max 250 words)
MiscTexas voters elected her in 2020 with over six million votes—the most a candidate for any elected office has received in Texas history.Full Resume.
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