Weddington, Sarah (Ragle)
WEDDINGTON, Sarah (Ragle)
WEDDINGTON, Sarah (Ragle). American, b. 1945. Genres: Law. Career: Admitted to the state bar of Texas, 1967, the District of Columbia, 1980, the U.S. District Court of Texas, the U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court; individual law practice in Austin, TX, 1967-77; assistant city attorney, Fort Worth, TX, 1969-70; Texas House of Representatives, member, 1973-77; Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, general counsel, 1977-78; special assistant to President Jimmy Carter in Washington, DC, 1978-79, assistant, 1979-81; chair of the Interdepartmental Task Force on Women, 1978-81; Texas Women's University, Denton, TX, distinguished lecturer, 1981-90, adjunct professor, 1993; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Carl Hatch professor of law and public administration, 1982- 83; Texas Office of State-Federal Relations, Washington, DC, director, 1983- 85; private law practice, Austin, 1985-; University of Texas, Austin, adjunct associate professor, 1986-. Visiting professor of government at Wheaton College, Norton, MA, 1981-83. Publications: The Legal Status of Homemakers in Texas, 1977; A Question of Choice, 1992. Contributor to books. Address: Weddington Center, 709 W 14th St, Austin, TX 78701, U.S.A.