Dallas Morning News Recommends Redmond for 160th Judicial District
Aiesha Redmond’s record and demeanor suggest she’s capable and ready to overcome the steep learning curve any newly elected judge confronts. We believe that her experience in both private practice and public service give her a strong foundation to make good judge.
After graduating in the top 5 percent of her class at the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University, Redmond, 35, was recruited by the prestigious law firm Baker Botts. While at the firm, Redmond worked on a variety of cases involving complex civil litigation in the banking, health care and pharmaceutical industries, including cases with hundreds of millions of dollars at stake.
Redmond also gained high-stakes experience working in the criminal and civil divisions of the Dallas County district attorney's office. She served as lead counsel on misdemeanor jury trials and assisted in the prosecution of felonies such as murder and drug offenses. Former colleagues in private practice and at the DA's office praised her work ethic, along with her legal skills and temperament.