Tyler, TX Attorney James Volberding
Tyler, TX attorney James Volberding grew up in Houston and graduated from Texas A&M University in 1984 with a degree in accounting and finance. He worked as a CPA for the accounting firm Cooper & Lybrand in Midland, Texas and then as an internal auditor for the management consulting firm Booz-Allen & Hamilton in New Jersey. From 1987 to 1990, he planned and led audits throughout the firm's worldwide practice offices including London, Paris, São Paulo, Mexico City, Düsseldorf, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Washington.
Mr. Volberding graduated from Baylor Law School in 1993 where he was Senior Notes & Comments Editor of the Baylor Law Review. He clerked for the Hon. Judge William M. Steger, U.S. District Court, in Tyler for two years, and then served as a felony prosecutor in Nacogdoches. He has been in private practice since 1996. Mr. Volberding has published articles in the Texas Bar Journal and in The Voice, a publication of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers' Association. He is Board Certified in Criminal Law and currently represents five men on Texas death row.
Mr. Volberding has been married 23 years to his lovely wife Donna. The couple has five children, ages 8 to 21. Mr. Volberding is a major with the U.S. Army Reserve Judge Advocate General's Corps, and is assigned as the Command Judge Advocate to the 1st Brigade (EN), of the 102nd Division (MS) at Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Mr. Volberding has run 16 marathons, including New York (2006 - 4:06), Chicago (2007 - 3:55, completing as the race was cancelled for heat), Dallas (five times, soon to be six, 2005 to 2010), Oklahoma City (2007), Austin (2005) and the last three Boston Marathons (2009 - 3:27:19). He raced the 2007 and 2009 Wichita Falls Hotter 'n Hell 100 mile cycling race, completing 2009 race in 5:47 (17.3 mph ave.).
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