Cherokee County Courthouse
Rusk, Cherokee County Texas (1941)


“I know
we’ll always come out
on top.”

 – Client

Ron Adkison

Ron Adkison knew at a young age he wanted to practice law. After seeing his father get taken advantage of in a business deal, Ron was on a mission to make a difference. That passion took him to

Ron Adkison

Ron Adkison
Baylor University School of Law where he earned his law degree and then launched into a 30-year career. Over the years Ron has increasingly become the go-to attorney when the stakes are high and the outcome of the case is critical to the future of an individual, family or business.

Ron has tried cases in State and Federal Courts in Smith County, State Court in Rusk County, State Court in Gregg County, State Court in Panola County, Federal Court in Marshall County and State Court in Lufkin County.

Licenses and Admissions
Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Admitted to State Bar of Texas, 1979
Admitted to practice before U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas.

JD, Baylor University School of Law, 1978
BA., Stephen F. Austin University, 1976

Professional Affiliations/Organizations
State Bar of Texas member
Disciplinary Review Committee, 1987-89
Administration of Rules & Evidence, 1990-present
Rusk County Bar Association member, (President 1984-86)
American Bar Association member
Texas Trial Lawyers Association member
(Director, 1984-present; Chairman, Toxic Torts Committee, 1990)
American Board of Trial Advocates member
Who's Who in American Law
Member Outstanding Lawyers of America

Higher Education Involvement
Stephen F. Austin University Board of Regents (chair)(1998-1999)
Stephen F. Austin University Alumni Association, Board of Directors
Stephen F. Austin University Foundation, Board of Directors
1st Recipient – Stephen F. Austin University Outstanding Young Alumnus 1989

Henderson Attorney Ron Adkison Chosen as Texas Super Lawyer
Favorable Settlement Results from Fifteen-Year Case Journey
Trial Sheds Light on Questionable Election for Anderson County Precinct 2 County Commissioners Race
  American Association for Justice - Member
  American Board of Trial Advocates - Member
    Photos Courtesy TXDot

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