Award Recipent - Kirsten L. Ruehman
The Steve Condos Most CLE Hours Award
According to the State Bar's MCLE department, the most hours earned by a new member to the College in 2013 is Kirsten L. Ruehman, with 257 hours earned. Kirsten is an Assistant District Attorney in Bastrop County, handling misdemeanor and juvenile prosecutions. A member of the Texas District and County Attorneys Association (TDCAA), she first became interested in the justice system by working in a district attorney's office while earning her undergraduate degree. She attended her first law school class in the People's Republic of China where she studied Chinese language and culture at Nanjing University. While in China, she had the opportunity to backpack through a majority of China's provinces. More recently, she helped establish the China Pioneer Scholarship in honor of Dean Charles E. Cantu's efforts to develop the St. Mary's University School of Law Institute on Chinese Law and Business. In addition to her passion for China studies, Kirsten is also interested in administrative/regulatory law, estate planning for ranching families, and the changing face of the juvenile justice system. She wishes to express her appreciation to all who have served as mentors, friends, and colleagues over the years - after all, their shared wisdom and counsel is the best form of CLE!
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