Mary Henderson Named ...

Mary Henderson Named Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation

October 18, 2023 | by Butler Snow

Mary Henderson

Butler Snow attorney Mary T. Henderson was recently nominated and approved to become a new Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. The Foundation’s members are nominated because of their dedication to the administration of justice and high professional standing among their peers.

The Texas Bar Foundation solicits charitable contributions and provides funding to enhance the rule of law and the system of justice in Texas, especially for programs that relate to legal assistance for the underserved, the administration of justice, ethics in the legal profession, the encouragement of legal research, publications and forums, and education of the third branch of government. Membership is composed of Texas attorneys dedicated to the law and to the cause of justice, of high professional standing.

At Butler Snow, Mary Henderson is a member of the firm’s Tort, Transportation & Specialized Litigation Group, where she provides many years of experience representing state agencies, individuals, corporations and the public interest in state and federal courts across Texas. Having served as a briefing attorney to a state appellate justice and as Deputy Chief of Consumer Protection and Senior Attorney for Charitable Trusts and General Litigation for the Office of the Texas Attorney General, she has a knack for evaluating, developing and implementing strategies through all phases of representation that lead to the best outcomes for the client.

Mary Henderson is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has also been recognized as a Certified Mediator since 1986.

Mary is a member of several state and federal associations, including the State Bar of Texas, the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Robert W. Calvert American Inn of Court, the Austin Bar Association, the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association and Foundation and the American Bar Association.

Mary earned her bachelor’s degree from Stephens College and obtained her Juris Doctor from the Baylor University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in Texas, all U.S. District Courts in Texas, the 5th Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court.