Marshall Searcy received Tarrant County Bar Association’s most prestigious award, The Blackstone Award, given in recognition of a career that exemplifies professional aptitude, integrity and courage.
The Blackstone Award is named after Sir William Blackstone who was a British Jurist and legal scholar in the 1700s. Sir William wrote the “Commentaries on the Laws of England” and became the first Professor of English Law at Oxford in 1758. His writings became the basis for all legal education in both America and Great Britain for the next century.
Searcy was honored at the 2016 Law Day Awards Dinner, Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Fort Worth Club and was featured in the May 6th issue of the Fort Worth Star Telegram, “Fort Worth attorney wins top honors for courageous career.”