BA, Texas A&M Aggie JD, SMU Dedman School of Law
Following the diagnosis of her father with stage IV cancer, Amanda became aware of the complexity of the legal proceedings a terminal patient must endure. A friend then suggested she volunteered for LHT and she has been involved for 3 years. When Amanda is not working, she is reading or sitting on a patio with friends.
Catherine A. Curtis
BA, Hendrix College JD, SMU Dedman School of Law
Catherine is a litigation attorney with a local corporate bankruptcy firm. While in law school, Catherine interned with Legal Hospice of Texas, learning firsthand about the organization’s mission and various services. When Catherine is not working, she volunteers with animals, enjoys Sunday brunch, and travels with her friends.
Patrick Hancock JD
JD, Texas A&M School of Law, Texas Wesleyan School of Law
Patrick has been a volunteer at Legal Hospice since 2004 and is the Board Secretary. In addition, he has a small solo Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Probate practice in Oak Lawn. Not only that, but also, he is an International Flight Attendant, Purser for American Airlines, primarily flying long haul routes to Europe and Asia. When not volunteering, working at the office, or flying, Patrick and his husband work on their 95-year-old home in Oak Cliff and volunteer on community projects.
BA, St. Louis University JD, Univesity of Texas Law School
Tom Stutz is the Director of Litigation for Legal Aid of North West Texas. Tom is a Board Certified Civil Trial Law Texas Board of Legal Specialization - Prior to joining LANWT his focus was on commercial and construction litigation, personal injury, consumer protection, insurance law.
Honorable Judge Dominique Collins
JD, St. Mary’s University School of Law
Dominique Collins is the presiding judge of Criminal District Court Number 4. She is a graduate of St. Mary’s University School of Law, where she was an Associate Editor of “The Scholar” law review. Prior to pursuing a legal career, she served 12 years on active duty in the United States Air Force as an information and personnel manager. Judge Collins presides over the Dallas County Veteran’s Court Program which gives veterans treatment and an opportunity to have their cases dismissed and expunged.Aside from serving the Dallas community and demonstrating professionalism, Dominique is a mentor to students at UNT Dallas College of Law, SMU Dedman School of Law and St. Mary’s University School of Law.
JD, Baylor Law School
James started his law career in litigation, later moving to the executive compensation and employee benefits practice group, which is a specialized tax practice. He currently works in the compensation and benefits group at Alvarez & Marsal Taxand, an international tax firm. When James is not working, you can find him out with friends for drinks or a nice dinner, in the gym, or watching Baylor football.
BA, MPA, JD George Washington University
Chris has had a diverse legal career - working for Fortune 50 companies, internet start-ups, state and federal governments, and now at a small law firm. When Chris isnt working he is running, traveling with his fiance John, or playing with their dog Wilber.
Francisco Flores, he has been producing Fashion Cited, our fashion show fundraiser for the past 15 years until present. Fashion Cited benefits The Legal Hospice of Texas and brings awareness to the organization, as well as raises funds. He is also an adjunct professor and serves the Advisory Board of El Centro Community College. When Francisco is not working, he loves spending time and traveling with his husband of 32 years.
BA - UTA and JD SMU Dedman School of Law
Tami is an attorney and managing partner at Brown Reveles Law Group. She is an experienced trial litigator who focuses solely on helping families navigate complicated legal situations. When Tami is not working or volunteering she is usually off traveling with friends and family.
Honorable Judge Audrey Moorehead
MBA, JD Texas A&M School of Law, f/k/a Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
Audrey Moorehead, serves on the Board of Directors of the State Bar of Texas as Section Representative, has her own Dallas law office and practices in the areas of Criminal Defense, Domestic Relations, Wills, Trusts and Probate. She has a Masters of Business Administration and is a graduate of Texas A&M School of Law, f/k/a Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. She has served on the board of directors for Nexus Recovery and serves on the Advisory Board for Unlocking Doors, an innovative prison reentry program. Audrey Moorehead is the first woman elected to Dallas County Criminal Court #3 in 2019. Audrey is the President-Elect for the Texas County Court At Law Judges Association.
BS, Communication Studies - Texas Christian University
Alex Moroch is a marketing veteran; primarily owning the paid and earned digital media space. Her clients range from beauty conglomerations, social justice non-profits and athletic performance institutions. When she isn’t optimizing online performance for the clients she services, you can find her at the local farmers market with her partner and their two bulldogs.
Texas Tech University
Mark Sanders, RN, MSN, NEA-BC is currently the Director of Critical Care Services at Medical City Dallas Hospital. His career spans 22 years of health care experience focusing in Acute and Critical Care within large intercity hospitals. During his career he found a passion for caring for those who could not care for themselves or advocate for themselves; especially those that were treated differently due to their illness. When Mark is not working he enjoys spending time with his partner Ryan and their two dogs at the many of the Downtown Dallas dog parks.