Hillary R. Luckett

Hillary R. Luckett



Admitted to the State Bar of Texas, November 2012


Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
Doctor of Jurisprudence,  May 2012

  • CALI Award for highest score in Constitutional Law
  • Mediation Training Program – The Dispute Resolution Training Institute, Lubbock, Texas
  • Phi Delta Phi (Top 25%)2011-2012 Dean’s Community Teaching Fellow
  • 1L, Advanced Fall and Spring Mock Trial, and Moot Court Competitions

Texas Tech University Center for Public Service, Lubbock, Texas
Master of Public Administration, May 2012

Austin College, Sherman, Texas
Bachelor of Political Science and minor in Psychology, summa cum laude, May 2009

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Dean’s List
  • Posey Leadership Institute
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, 2008 Grayson County Super Clinic Volunteer of the Year
  • Student Development Board Co-Executive and Paid Tour Guide


The LeCrone Law Firm, PC, Sherman, Texas                               
Associate, November 2012 to Present
Law Clerk, September-November 2012
Practice devoted to litigation including insurance defense.  Handle all areas of civil litigation from motion practice to trial, which include the written discovery process, depositions, mediation, trial preparation and participation.  Conduct legal research and drafting of legal opinions.

Lubbock City Attorney’s Office, Lubbock, Texas
Law Clerk – Third Year Bar Card, May 2011-May 2012
Successfully prosecuted Class C Misdemeanors in Municipal Court as an associate member of the State Bar of Texas.  Represented the City in civil substandard structure determination hearings. Performed title searches and drafted legal opinions and memoranda.  Researched municipal law, constitutional and legislative issues, statutes and case law. Projects included condemnation law, Fourth Amendment violations, and city ordinance challenges.

Nocona Economic Development Corporations, Nocona, Texas
Texas Department of Agriculture Rural Intern, June 2011
Wrote Downtown Conservation District Ordinance, drafted property tax freeze ballot language pursuant to recent legislation encouraging downtown revitalization, designed a strategic plan for the Montague County Vineyard and Heritage Museum Project, and organized the Leadership Montague County Program.

The Honorable Amos L. Mazzant, U.S. Magistrate Judge for Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division
Summer Law Clerk, May-June 2010
Researched and drafted multiple report and recommendations. Projects included two Social Security cases reviewing the Social Security Administrative Law Judge’s findings, and two civil procedure decisions considering a motion to transfer venue and a motion to dismiss. Attended civil and criminal pre-trial proceedings.

Language Skills

Study Abroad, Granada, Spain, Fall 2007:  Intermediate-level Spanish speaking, reading and writing abilities.

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