CITY OF LUBBOCK NAMES JUDGE SAM MEDINA CITY ATTORNEY

4 Aug

From the City of Lubbock:

Council Hires City Attorney

The Lubbock City Council has named Judge Sam Medina as Lubbock’s City Attorney, effective October 1.  Judge Sam Medina currently serves as the 237th State Judicial District Court Judge.

Medina was raised in Crosbyton, graduated from Texas Tech Law School, was in private practice from 1976 to 1995, and was the first Hispanic to be elected to a county-wide position in Lubbock County when, in 1995, he became judge of the County Court at Law No. 1.  Judge Medina has served as the 237th State Judicial District Court Judge since 1999.

Mayor Tom Martin says, “We are proud to have the judge with us here at the City.  His integrity, demeanor, and experience are a great asset to City staff, the City Council, the Mayor, and the community as a whole.”

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One Response to “CITY OF LUBBOCK NAMES JUDGE SAM MEDINA CITY ATTORNEY”

  1. mary sue caballero pena January 18, 2010 at 8:28 pm #

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

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