Prompt Pay Attorney Paul Sadler
- Board Certified: Texas Board of Legal Specialization: Personal Injury Law
- Board Certified: Texas Board of Legal Specialization: Civil Appellant Law
- Licensed to Practice Law: State of Texas
- Licensed to Practice Law: State of Louisiana
- Center for American & International Law, Climate Change Conference panelist (2008)
- University of Texas Continuing Legal Education, Wind Energy Institute panelist (2008)
- Businessweek’s Premier Lawyers of America (2008)
Paul Sadler is a practicing attorney licensed in the State of Texas and Louisiana. Sadler is Board Certified in Texas Civil Appellate Law and Personal Injury Trial Law. Sadler graduated from Baylor University in 1977 and Baylor Law School in 1979.
Sadler began his legal career doing insurance defense with the Waco law firm of Haley, Fulbright, Winniford, Bice and Marable. He later continued his career on the defense side of the docket working for the Ramey Flock firm in Tyler, Texas. In 1983, Sadler joined the East Texas law firm of Wellborn & Houston.
Sadler served in the Texas House of Representatives from 1991 – 2003. He served on numerous committees, including Judiciary, Pensions and Investments, Calendars, Health and Human Services, and on the Legislative Budget Board. His most significant committee work, was in the area of education. Sadler served on the House Public Education Committee from 1993 – 2003, serving as Chairman of the committee from 1995 – 2003. In 1997, Sadler served as Chairman of the Select Committee on State Revenue and Public School Finance and in 2001 he served as Chairman of the Select Committee on Public School Employee Health Insurance.
During the 76th Legislative Session, then Lieutenant Governor Rick Perry stated, “What the Legislature is all about (is) competing interests coming together and splitting differences. Unless it’s education—then you do everything that Paul wants.”
Sadler also served as the former Executive Director of The Wind Coalition, with policy and regulatory development in eight (8) states including: Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and New Mexico. At the request of the Texas Governor Rick Perry, Paul negotiated a memorandum of understanding between the State of Texas and Morocco for the exchange of educational and engineering expertise in the field of renewable energy.
He has received numerous awards for his legislative work. He was singled out by Texas Monthly during each of his legislative terms, being named to the Ten Best List in 1995, 1997, 1999, and 2001. He was recognized by the Dallas Morning News during each of his legislative sessions, naming him as one of the three “Outstanding Legislators” in 1995 and one of “Six Stellar” legislators in 1997.
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