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Julie Bray Patterson
- Solo practitioner of criminal & juvenile law (10 years)
- Alternate prosecutor for the City of Olmos Park
- 436th District Court, Family Enrichment Court Staff Attorney – This specialty court focuses on helping families break the cycle of domestic violence.
- Dallas County Assistant District Attorney – Participated in trials weekly and oversaw and taught misdemeanor prosecutors.
- Assistant to the Dallas County Judge, Lee Jackson – Worked as the Judge’s eyes and ears to County Departments and Boards including the Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office and the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Board.
- Alcalde & Fay, Washington, D.C., Associate – Represented small TV and radio interests at the Federal Communication Commission and on Capitol Hill.
- U.S. Senator Phil Gramm, Washington, D.C. Office – Constituent relations
- Intern for Cyndi Taylor Krier, 1992 session
- University of Texas School of Law – 1996
- University College London – Fall 1995
- University of Texas at Austin, B.A. in Government – 1992
- Vice President of the Student Body – 1991
- San Antonio MacArthur High School – 1988
- Morningside Ministries Board Member – Morningside Ministries is a non-profit, faith based organization focusing on elder care.
- Alamo Heights United Methodist Church – Youth leader and Burundi, Africa team member.
- Metropolitan Methodist Hospital Advisory Committee
- Seton Home – Annual Dr. Leslie Parks luncheon volunteer (7 yrs.)
- Texas Federation of Republican Women
- Texas Exes Lifetime Member
- San Antonio Bar Association
- San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Bexar County Women’s Bar Association
- University of Texas Law Alumni Association
- Endorsed by the San Antonio Police Officers Association
- Named in S.A. Scene Magazine as one of the best Criminal Defense lawyers in 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017.
- Married to James (“Jamie”) Patterson, local family law attorney and mediator, sons McCoy(16) and Mitchell (14).
- Daughter of Clarence, local family law attorney, and Carol Bray.