Floyd County Judge Marty Lucke (right) was inducted as a Fellow of the Texas Judicial Academy during the Fall Judicial Education Session in Boerne Nov. 17 through 19, 2021. (Courtesy Photo)
BOERNE, Texas — Floyd County Judge Marty Lucke was recently honored as one of the state’s outstanding county judges in the area of judicial education by the Texas Judicial Academy.
Lucke was inducted as a Fellow of the Academy during the Fall Judicial Education Session in Boerne Nov. 17 through 19.
The Texas Judicial Academy, a partnership between the Texas Association of Counties and the Texas Tech University School of Law, honors county judges who complete a significant number of hours of judicial education beyond state requirements as Fellows.
The educational program of the Texas Judicial Academy is overseen by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and includes instruction by higher court judges, law school faculty, as well as representatives of the Texas Probate College and the National Judicial College.
The Texas Association of Counties’ purpose is to supports and provide services to Texas’ 254 counties so they can more effectively serve their local communities.