About Judge Sally Montgomery
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Judge, Dallas County Court-at-Law (January 2003 - current).
Assigned District Judge (2001 - 2002).
Judge 95th District Court (1997 - 2000).
A record of success
One of the Highest disposition rate of the 18 Dallas civil court judges from January 2003 - present.
Low reversal rate: Of over 38,000 cases through her court in the last 18 years, less than one tenth of one percent have been reversed
Recognized by her peers
President of the Texas Association of County Courts-at-Law Judges 2013 - 2014, she was elected as Dallas County 's representative to TACCLJ 2005 to 2011 and 2015 to 2017, TACCJL Secretary 2011 to 2012 and TACCLJ President-Elect 2012 to 2013.
Life Fellow of Baylor Law School
Advisory Board, Texas Women Lawyers Association, 2005 to present.
Presidential Commendation for individual leadership in improving justice statewide, State Bar of Texas.
Nominating Committee of the Texas Center for the Judiciary 2019 - 2020
Dallas County native
Has a 21-year-old son, Gordon and a golden retriever and a German shepard..
Member of All Saints Anglican Church .
Former Chemistry Teacher at Ursuline Academy; Chemistry & Mathmatics Teachers at Thomas Jefferson H.S. in DISD and Graduate Assistant Biology Teacher at Southern Methodist University
Committed to Continuing Legal Education
Texas Center for the Judiciary awarded Certificate of Special Competence in the field of Civil Jurisprudence at the Texas College for Judicial Studies, 2005 to present.
Co-authored and presented paper on Landlord/Tenant Law and Ethics.
Speaker/presenter at Texas Bar Association's Collections and Creditors' Rights Seminar 2014 and 2017.
Active in our community
Founding Board Liaison to Wednesday's Child Program created by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.
Co-recipient of American Bar Association Young Lawyer's Association national award for Pro Bono Service to the Public for Work on the Legal Information to Immigrant's Committee.
Co-recipient of Texas Young Lawyers Association award for immigration law information project.
Elected by the District Judges as Juvenile Board member, 1998.
Co-authored Educational Skills PSAT-SAT Multi-Media Preparation Course 1978 (the math half)
Former teacher at Ursuline Academy of Dallas
Former teacher at Thomas Jefferson H.S. in DISD
Former Assistant Biology Teacher at Southern Methodist University
Baylor Law School, JD 1980.
University of North Texas, MA 1976 in Environmental Studies.
Southern Methodist University, BS, BA 1972 in Mathematics and Biology.
Graduate Highland Park H.S.
Graduate Hockaday Middle School