Ms. Clardy concentrates in the field of family probate and civil law and has over fifteen years of experience.

Ms. Clardy is a longtime community and professional volunteer. Her list of Additionally, Ms. Clardyís past and present services includes serving as a board member of the Dallas Bar Associationís Family Law Section, chair of the State Barís General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section, and president of the Best Southwest Bar Association and president of the Concerned DeSoto Citizens (CDC) organization. She is also a co-founder of the Dallas Association of Black Women’s Attorneys (DABWA, which subsequently merged with the J.L.Turner Legal Association). From 2002-2008, she served as a member of the DeSoto, Texas City Council, with her last year serving as Mayor Pro Tem of that council.

Presently, Ms. Clardy serves as a board member of the Dallas Bar Association’s Family Law Section council and as incoming chair of the State Bar of Texas’ General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section’s council in 2010-11.
Her honors and awards include receipt of the J.L.Turner’s Committed Mentor Award, Big Sister of the Year for the Southern Dallas region, the NAACP’s Juanita Craft Award in Law, “Who’s Who in American Law”, and the Baird Community Service Award. She has also spoken at several local and state bar meetings.
Ms. Clardy is a graduate of Tennessee State University where she received her B.S. degree in Political Science cum laude, and her law degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University.

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