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Marc Isenberg For 313th Juvenile Court In Harris County

For the important position of Judge of the 313th Juvenile court in Harris County, Texas, I am voting for Marc Isenberg.

Mr. Isenberg is endorsed by the Houston Chronicle.

From Mr. Isenberg’s campaign web home, here are some facts about why I feel Mr. Isenberg is the best candidate for the job—

Marc Isenberg is a native Texan running for the 313th Juvenile Court in Harris
County.  Born in Houston, Marc Isenberg lived in Galena Park until 1961 when
his family moved to Galveston.  He graduated from Ball High School in 1967.

Marc Isenberg graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A., in
Psychology and a Minor in Sociology.  He went on to graduate from the
University of Houston Law Center in 1974.

An Eagle Scout, Marc Isenberg’s life experiences include painting bridges for
the Galveston County Navigation District, construction work laying water pipe,
working on a federally funded nutrition survey conducted by the University of
Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and working for 5 years as a staff attorney
for Gulf Coast Legal Foundation representing indigent clients.

Marc Isenberg has been married to his law partner, Miriam Riskind for 30
years.  They have extensive experience in juvenile law, abuse and neglect
cases, probate and civil law.  His life, extensive legal experience and
community service make him uniquely qualified to hold this bench.

  • Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Law
  • Board Certified Juvenile Law
  • Member, State Bar of Texas Juvenile Law Section
  • Member, Houston Bar Association Juvenile Law Section
  • Treasurer, Houston Bar Association Juvenile Law Section
  • Featured Speaker at State “Nuts and Bolts” Juvenile Seminars
  • Featured Speaker at State Annual Juvenile Conference
  • Houston Bar Association, Juvenile Consequences Committee
  • Member, Shady Acres Civic Club
  • Sustaining Member, Harris County Democratic Party
  • Associate Member, Congregation Beth Jacob, Galveston, TX

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