Former BCS Board Member, Parent, Appointed to Texas Supreme Court
Jeff Boyd, a former Brentwood Christian School board member and the parent of three BCS graduates, was appointed to the Texas Supreme Court on November 26. Gov. Rick Perry’s appointment of Boyd is effective Dec. 3, 2012, for a term to expire at the next general election.
"Jeff is a highly-respected attorney who has consistently excelled throughout his years of private practice, his terms of public service, and his leadership of important charitable organizations. His addition to the court will continue to protect the rule of law and further the tradition of defending the freedoms that Texans so vigorously uphold," Gov. Perry said. "He has earned my confidence, and the confidence of those he has worked with in all his endeavors, because he has a brilliant legal mind, he is committed to preserving the rule of law, and he strives every day to live a life of fairness, integrity and compassion. I know he will bring this same commitment to the Texas Supreme Court, and we will all be better for it."
Boyd, a graduate of Round Rock High School, Abilene Christian University, and the Pepperdine University School of Law, currently serves as chief of staff for the Governor’s Office. He has previously served in a myriad of legal positions, in both the public and private sector. Boyd served as a member of the Brentwood Christian School board of trustees from 1996-2000.
“Jeff served the school well for many years, both as a trustee and a parent,” said BCS president Marquita Moss. “We’re proud of his accomplishments and his commitment to excellence in everything he does.”