Darcy E. Loveless
1999, Baylor University (J.D., 1999)
American University (B.A., Criminal Justice, 1996)
State Bar of Texas, Denton County Bar Association (Director, 2002-2006; Chair: Fee Arbitration Committee, 2002-2006; Member: Courts Committee, 2000-2002); Texas Young Lawyer’s Association; Greater Denton County Young Lawyer’s Association (President, 2004-2005, President-Elect, 2003-2004, Secretary/Treasurer, 2002-2003, Director, 2000-2002, Chair, Reading Power Committee, 2000-2002); Denton County Bar Association Family Law Section (Chair, 2003-2004, Chair-Elect 2002-2003, Secretary/Treasurer, 2001-2002); Denton County Collaborative Family Lawyers.
Author and Lecturer: “So You’ve Been Appointed to Represent a Child–What’s Next?”, Tarrant County Summer Bar Seminar 2005; Co-Author and Lecturer: “Rebutting the JMC Presumption – Child Preferences”, Advanced Family Law Course, 2003. Co-Author and Co-Lecturer: “Waiver Divorce”, Denton County Practice Skills Course, 2003. Co-Author: “Rights and Duties of Parents, Grandparents, and Non-Parents,” Advanced Family Law Course, 2002; “State Retirement: Dividing and Surviving Under the Government Code,” Advanced Family Law Course, 2001.
“Mock Trial: Testimony and Examination Issues with Mental Health Professionals”, AFCC 52nd Annual Conference: Children in the Court System: Different Doors, Different Responses, Different Outcomes, 2015