2016 COMPARE: Sarahjane “SJ” Swanson (R) v. R.K. Sandill (D)


127th District Court
Harris County
Sarahjane “SJ” Swanson
sarahjane sj swanson 2016 for harris district court
R.K. Sandill
Current Job Attorney and counselor at law, principal of Swanson Law Firm, PLLC
Website www.SwansonForJudge.com
Social Media Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Sarahjane-Swanson-Campaign-1507707066186095/   Twitter @SJDSwanson
Undergraduate University of Houston Downtown, B.S. liberal arts
Juris Doctor South Texas College of Law/Houston, cum laude
Party Affiliation Republican
Year of State
Bar Licensure
Texas 2002
Judicial Experience –
Judicial Experience – Other None
Legal Experience
Active civil litigation practice since 2002, currently principal of Swanson Law Firm, PLLC, former partner of Irelan Hargis P.L.L.C., former associate of Hargis & Harpold, L.L.P.; fifteen years of high-level business experience prior to law school at two Fortune 50 energy companies
Admitted Texas; U.S. District Courts for Southern District of Texas
Legal and Judicial Honors AV-Preeminent-rated by Martindale-Hubbell since 2008; Texas’ Top Rated Lawyers in 2013 and 2014 in business & commercial, consumer law, and general practice by Legal Leaders/ALM; named a Top Lawyer in litigation 2013, 2014 and 2015 by Houstonia Magazine; Member of the College of the State Bar of Texas since 2010; elected Fellow, Class of 2009, Houston Young Lawyers Foundation; Appointed in 2013 by the President of the State Bar of Texas to serve a six-year on the Texas Real Estate Commission’s Broker-Lawyer Committee
Last Judicial
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Recent Bar
Poll Rankings
Not yet ranked
Key Endorsements The “C” Club of Houston; Texas Right to Life; Katy Christian Magazine; Spring Tea Party; Conservative Republicans of Harris County
Judicial Philosophy Conservative; textualist; respect separation of powers.  I believe it is critically important to the integrity and fairness of the judicial process to have judges that are fair-minded, well-educated and versed in the law, who honor and follow the law as it exists and who do not legislate from the bench.  Every lawyer and litigant who comes before the court should be shown respect and patience and the opportunity to be heard.
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