James F. Scherr
James F. Scherr born El Paso, Texas; admitted to bar, 1976, Texas. Preparatory education: University of Texas, Austin (B.A., magna cum laude, 1974); legal education: University of Houston (J.D., 1975). Fraternity: Order of Barons, El Paso Estate Planning Council. American Public Works Association, 1977-82. City Council, El Paso, 1977-83. Chairman, Architectural/Engineering Selection Committee, El Paso, Texas, 1977-83. Director, Admissions Committee, State of Texas, District 17, 1983. Director, City Employees Pension Board, 1977-83. Delegate, El Paso Democratic County Convention, 1978; 1980. Board, Local Government Energy Policy Advisory Committee to Secretary of U.S. Department of Energy, 1979-81. Chairman, El Paso Division, Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1979. Outstanding Young Man of America, U.S. Jaycees, 1979. Director, West Texas Council of Governments, 1979-83. Presidential Citation for Energy Efficiency, 1980. Advisory Committee on Energy Efficiency, TENRAC, 1980. Member: El Paso and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Texas; Texas Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Sustaining member). Areas of Practice: Personal Injury, Products Liability, Employment, Business and Real Estate Law. Mr. Scherr has tried over 200 jury trials in Texas and New Mexico.