BONNIE LEE GOLDSTEIN
Ms. Goldstein practices law in the following areas:
►State and local government law; ► General commercial litigation; ► Immigration law;
► Government and public contracts; ► School law; and ►Transactional law.
Presiding Judge, Municipal Court City of Cockrell Hill
Appointed Legal Counselor to the Mexican Consulate in Houston, Texas on March 20, 1998.
Life Fellow of the Foundation of the Federal Bar Association (2003)
United States Supreme Court;
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit;
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit;
United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL LAW CENTER, Washington, D.C., J.D., 1990
HOOD COLLEGE, Frederick, Maryland, B.A., 1984
Ms. Goldstein is a frequent faculty member of and speaker before the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center, the National Court Collections Symposium, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, the Governmental Collectors Association of Texas and individual clients. Such presentations are made before prosecutors, judges, local municipal and county officials, police officers, code enforcement officers and staff in the following general areas of local concern: outsourcing collection contracts, planning and zoning, code enforcement, nuisance abatement and ordinances, moratoriums and growth management, competitive bidding and procurement policies. Ms. Goldstein has also participated in an Alternate Dispute Resolution seminar in Mexico and presented before the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico on the Texas death penalty, the trial, appeal and habeas corpus.
The First Amendment and Independent Contractors: The U.S. Supreme Court Expands Governmental Liability, The Urban Lawyer, The National Quarterly on State and Local Government Law, Vol.29, No. 2 (Spring 1997) and in The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 44, No. 4 (May 1997, by Terrence S. Welch and Bonnie Lee Goldstein.
Fanciful Logic and Creative History: Successful Assaults on Critical Path-Based Claims, The University of Texas Law School, 7th annual Construction Law Conference, February 10-11, 1994, Houston, Texas. Presented by Bonnie Goldstein Daniel (co-authored with John W. Nassen).
Construction Warranties in Texas, The Construction Lawyer (Vol. 13, No. 2) April 1993. Presented by Bonnie Lee Daniel (co-authored with Laird E. Lawrence).
American Immigration Lawyers Association, member
Federal Bar Association, Dallas Chapter, Member, leadership and Executive Committee (1995 to present)
Texas-Mexico Bar Association, member.
Ed A. Wilson, Inc. v. General Services Administration, 126 F.3d 1406 (Fed. Cir. 1997).
Ed A. Wilson, Inc. v. General Services Administration, GSBCA 12596, 96-1 BCA & 27, 934