Wallace Jefferson, the first African-American to lead the Texas Supreme Court and one of the most respected jurists in the nation, is resigning his position effective Oct. 1. Jefferson said the reasons he's stepping down are personal financial pressures and a realization that he had achieved most of the goals he had set out to accomplish. "I’m going to move on to some new challenges, though I’m not sure what yet,” Jefferson said in an exclusive interview Monday with The Texas Lawbook. Read the article for full details . . .
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