Honorable F. Lee Duggan, Jr.
Married to Annette Duggan; 2 children; 6 grandchildren.
Preparatory education, Rice University (B.A. 1952); Legal education, University of Texas School of Law (J.D. 1955)
Texas Bar in 1955
State Bar of Texas; Houston Bar Association
Justice, First Court of Appeals (1981-1994); Judge, 182 Judicial District Court (1969- 1981); Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. One (1967-1969); Honored by the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists as "Appellate Judge of the Year" for 1990-1991; Served 10 years as Chairman of the Legislative Committee for the Judicial Section of the State Bar of the Texas (1970-1980); Elected to three terms in the Texas House of Representatives (58, 59 and 60 Legislatures) 1962-1967, representing Harris County; Served on the House Insurance, Banks and Banking, Revenue and Taxation, Counties and Criminal Jurisprudence Committees; Instructor at South Texas College of Law teaching Personal Property, Legal Research & Writing, and Criminal Law (1968-1974); Instructor in Constitutional Law, University of St. Thomas, Houston (1967- 1969); Lecturer, Houston Bar Association "Saturday Morning in Court" Programs Guest Lecturer, Bates College of Law (University of Houston); Topics: Brief Writing and Appellate Advocacy (1989-1993); President, Kiwanis Club of Houston (1976-1977), Trustee (1995-1997); Steward (1975-present) at Chapelwood United Methodist Church Member, Board of Directors, The Shoulder (Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Program) Houston, Texas (1973-1980); Board of Trustees, Tanglewood Homes Association (1984-1986); U.S. Army 1955-1957, served as Counter Intelligence Corps Special Agent
Judge Duggan continues to serve as a visiting judge in Texas district and appellate courts and conducts mediations by appointment.