Baker McKenzie litigation associate Lindsay Wright Brett was elected to membership as a Fellow to the Texas Bar Foundation, one of the highest honors for a State Bar of Texas member.
Fellows of the Foundation are selected for their outstanding professional achievements and their commitment to the improvement of the justice system throughout the state of Texas. Election is a mark of distinction and recognition of contributions to the legal profession, and each year only one-third of one percent of Texas State Bar members are invited to become Fellows. 

As Co-Chair of the Firm's Houston office Pro Bono Committee, Lindsay has spearheaded a number of projects including organizing the Firm's first Texas Children’s Rights Summit. The event brought together in-house counsel, children's rights advocates and youth from across Texas to engage in meaningful discussion of the legal needs of children in the community. Lindsay is currently working on the launch of the upcoming Texas Virtual Legal Clinic, which will connect pro bono attorneys with young adults, including those who have recently aged out of foster care. 

On the recognition Lindsay commented, "I am honored to be named a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation and to contribute to the Foundation's mission to advance the cause of justice in Texas." 

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