1 Grady M. Paris, J.D P.O. Box 519; M.S Prairie View, Texas (office) (fax) EDUCATION CURRICULUM VITAE J.D. Law; University of Houston, Houston, Texas 1981 B.A. Government, Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas 1976 LICENSURE State Bar of Texas, 1982-Present United States Federal Courts, Southern District of Texas, 1982-Present EXPERIENCE City of Houston Associate Municipal Court Judge, Texas Southern University; Mickey Leland-Barbara Jordan School of Public Affairs Adjunct Faculty, Courses: AJ 310 Criminal Law and Procedure AJ 460 Administration of Justice Internship PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND WORK-RELATED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS TX Juvenile Crime Prevention Center, Trainer, Prairie View, TX, 2005-Present University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Educational Opportunity Centers Program, Associate Director, Paris & Associates, Attorney, Houston, Texas 1982-Present
2 PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND PUBLICATIONS US Dept of Education Grants (University of Little Rock ), $2,950,000 Presidents Award; Houston Lawyers Association, 1985 Distinguished Service Award; Black Women Lawyers Association, 1986 Legal Service Award, National Council Negro Women, Inc., 1987 Law & Politics; National Women of Achievement, Inc., 1988 Resolution by Texas House of Representatives, 1988 Proclamation Honoring Distinguished Judges; City of Houston, 1988 Outstanding Service Award; Eudora High School Beta Club; Eudora, Arkansas, 1998 SWASAP Outstanding Service Award; Trainer, Emerging Leaders Institute, 2000 Leadership Development Award, SWASAP, 2004 Staff Award for Excellence in Service; College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center; Prairie View A&M University, 2006 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Paris, G.M. (1999, December). Developing a Positive Leadership Style. Presented at the 28 th Annual Southwest Association of Student Assistant Programs (SWASAP) Conference; Dallas, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2000, October). I m Falling: Can You Help Me Get Up? Presented at the Annual Arkansas Association of Student Assistant Programs (AASAP) Conference; Little Rock, Arkansas. Paris, G.M. (2001, March). Through the Looking Glass: What do you see and what would you like to see? Presented at the 2001 Leadership Summit; Washington, D.C. Paris, G.M. (2002, February). Institutional Possibilities Within the Educational Opportunity Centers Regulatory Guidelines. Presented in Chicago, Illinois. Paris, G.M. (2002, August). Conflict Management/Managing the Manager. Presented at the Annual TRIO Staff Conference for University of Arkansas; Branson, Missouri.
3 Paris, G.M. (2003, September). The Adult Learner. Presented at the Annual Council for Opportunity in Educational National Conference; San Diego, California. Paris, G.M. (2004, February). Federal Legislation and Regulations for TRIO Programs. Presented at the Southwest Association for Student Assistant Programs (SWASAP) Regional Conference; Dallas, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2005, February). Budget and Data Management. Presented at the National Council for Opportunity in Education (COE) Conference; San Francisco, California. Paris, G.M. (2005, March). Legal Liability: A Slippery Slope. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Programs (SAEOPP); Atlanta, Georgia. Paris, G.M. (2007, November). Is the Village Working? Presented at the 7 th Annual Partners in Prevention Training Conference. Austin, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, February). Is the Village Working? Presented at the 99 th Annual Texas State PTA Conference. Woodlands, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, April). The Way Forward: Recommendations for the Future. Presented at the Annual Texas Juvenile Detention Association Conference; Galveston, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, June). Ethical Decision Making. Presented at the Annual Texas Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Programs Conference; Conroe, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, July). Prevention and the Village Model. Presented at the Texas State Annual Law Enforcement Conference; Corpus Christi, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, September). Prevention and the Village Model. Presented at the Gang & Youth Violence Education and Awareness Conference; Arlington, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, October). Making Ethical Decisions. Presented at the State Annual Juvenile Justice Detention Association Conference; San Antonio, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, November). Prevention and the Village Model. Presented at the Spirit of Safety Conference; Jackson State University; Jackson, Mississippi. Paris, G.M. (2008, December). Ethical Decision Making. Presented at Houston s Chapter of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice Conference; Houston, Texas Paris, G.M. (2008, December). Is the Village Working? Identifying early and emerging risk factors associated with challenging behaviors. Presented at the 25 th Annual National Head Start Association Parent Training Conference; Atlanta, Georgia
4 Paris, G.M. (2009, March). Ethics Leadership Conference; National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, Austin Chapter; Austin, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2010, May). Leading with Integrity: Ethics in Action. National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, Austin Chapter; Austin, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2010, June). Family Involvement and Parents Rights in the Juvenile Justice System. Community Connections Conference; Texas Youth Commission; Houston, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2010, June). Mental Health Court Proceedings. 3 rd Annual Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center Conference; Prairie View, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2010, June). Cultural Competency: Building Bridges to Change. 10 th Annual CYD Teen Summit; Austin, Texas Paris, G.M. (2010, July). Teen Dating Violence Update: Three Years Post HB Texas School Based Law Enforcement Conference; Corpus Christi, Texas TRAININGS CONDUCTED Paris, G.M. (2005, July). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Drill Instructors Training; sponsored by Texas Juvenile Probation Commission; Austin, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2005, May-August). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Trained all Juvenile Probation /Detention Supervisors and Line Staff of Harris County; Conducted 30+ different sessions; Training sponsored by Houston Galveston Area Council and Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center; Harris, Dallas, Brazoria, Liberty Travis and Jefferson counties. Paris, G.M. (2005, September). Working with Disadvantaged Clients. Criminal Justice Practitioners; training sponsored by Houston Galveston Area Council /Depelchin Children s Center; Houston, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2006, March). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Juvenile Justice Probation & Detention Officers Training; sponsored by the Tarrant County Juvenile Probation Department; Fort Worth, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2006, April). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Juvenile Justice Probation & Detention Officers Training; sponsored by Fort Bend County Juvenile Probation Department; Rosenberg, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2006, June). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Training for social service, hospice care providers; sponsored by the Samaritan Care Hospice Corporation; Dallas, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2006, June). Cultural Diversity and Ethics. Criminal Justice Practitioner Training; sponsored by Houston Galveston Area Council; Sealy, Texas.
5 Paris, G.M. (2007, November). Legislative Law Update / Juvenile Law. Training for Juvenile Probation and Detention officers; sponsored by the Cameron County Juvenile Probation Department; Cameron County. Paris, G.M. (2008, March). Ethical Decision Making for Managers. Training for Juvenile Probation managers at Harris County; sponsored by Harris County Juvenile Probation Department; Houston, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, August). Ethics. Training for Juvenile Justice Probation, Detention and Alternative Education Providers in Collin County; sponsored by the Collin County Juvenile Probation Department; McKinney, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2008, October). Making Ethical Decisions. Training for Juvenile Justice Practitioners; sponsored by the Juvenile Justice Association of Texas; Katy, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2009, January). Ethics. Training for Juvenile Justice Practitioners in Victoria County; sponsored by the Victoria County Juvenile Probation Department; Victoria, Texas. Paris, G. M. (2009, February). Making Ethical Decisions. Training for Juvenile Justice Practitioners in El Paso County; sponsored by the El Paso County Juvenile Probation Department; El Paso, Texas. Paris, G.M. (2009, February). Effective Techniques for Managing Disadvantaged Juveniles. Training for Juvenile Justice Practitioners in El Paso County; sponsored by the El Paso County Probation Department; El Paso, Texas.
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