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Alexandra W. Albright

Alexandra W. Albright

  • Senior Lecturer

Faculty Profile: Alexandra W. Albright

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Alex Wilson Albright is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Texas School of Law, where she teaches first-year Civil Procedure and Texas Civil Procedure. She is also the Faculty Advisor for the Law School's Judicial Clerkship Program.

Professor Albright is a member of the American Law Institute, and Vice-Chair of the Texas Pattern Jury Charge Oversight Committee. She has been a member of the Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Court Rules since 1993, and played a key role in redrafting the discovery rules that went into effect in January 1999. She was presented a Presidential Citation by the State Bar of Texas in 2008 for her service as Reporter to the Task Force on Court Administration. She is the author of a casebook, Texas Courts: A Survey and a co-author of the Handbook on Texas Discovery Practice, part of West's Texas Practice Series. She has written several articles on Texas civil procedure issues, and is a frequent CLE speaker.

Professor Albright is an honors graduate of the University of the South: Sewanee and the University of Texas School of Law. She was a law clerk for Judge Thomas M. Reavley of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, then an associate, and a partner at the firm of Thompson & Knight in Dallas, Texas, where she had a general civil trial and appellate practice. She is currently of counsel with the appellate firm of Alexander, Dubose, Jefferson & Townsend. She is an active community volunteer, cyclist, and traveler, with her husband, Clint Parsley, and their five grown children.

Professional Activities


November 16, 2014


Appellate Judges Education Institute

Pennoyer Strikes Back: Personal Jurisdiction in the Global Age


November 30, 2012


Page Keeton Products Liability & Personal Injury Conference

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