Joe Grady Tuck is a 7th generation Bastrop County resident who served as the elected District Attorney of the 6 county 216th Judicial District of Texas. At the time of his election in 1972,at the age of 26, Joe Grady was the youngest elected prosecutor in the country, and the State's only Republican DA. Prior to his election, he worked on the staff of both Republican Parties of Texas and Colorado was appointed to a post in the Nixon Administration in Washington, D.C., and for Republican Congressman Bill Archer of Houston.
Joe has also taught criminal justice at Shriner University in Kerrville, and taught Employment Law at the graduate school of Chapman University, in California. Joe was a founding member of the Cedar Creek Rotary Club and currently serves on the board of trustees for the Bastrop Historical Society.
Joe Grady Tuck was voted as the "Best Attorney in Bastrop County" in the 2017 Bastrop Advertiser/Smithville Times Best of Bastrop Reader's Choice.
Michelle Lubbert attended the University of Texas-Austin for her undergraduate degree, where she excelled on the championship caliber women's volleyball team, earning her B.S. in Sport Management, with a minor in Journalism. She then went on to attend Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California, earning her Juris Doctor in just two years while being named a Public Service Award recipient upon graduation.
Michelle began her legal career in Nashville after graduating, working with civil litigation and music law, before returning to Austin in 2013. Michelle joined Tuck Law Group (previously Tuck & Kizer Law Group) in 2013 and now handles much of the Firm's family, probate and intellectual property cases, among others. Michelle is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Bastrop County Bar Association.
Elizabeth Beyer lives in Elgin and her family has lived and served in Bastrop County for more than 20 years. She graduated from the University of Texas and began working in the legal services industry in 2003, and became licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas in 2009 after receiving her law degree from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.
Since being licensed, Elizabeth has practiced at The Fowler Law Firm in Austin and Georgetown, with Becky Beaver’s office in Austin, and has run her own firms in the Austin area. Elizabeth served as a managing editor and published law review author at St. Mary’s, where she was also on the Dean’s list and received the Pro Bono Service award. She has also been on the Board of the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association and received the President’s Award in 2014 for her service to that organization.
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