Dallas County
Dispute Resolution Center Advisory Board

H. Ron White is the founder and co-managing partner of one of the largest diversified minority-owned firms in North Texas currently known as White & Wiggins, L.L.P. White, a former U.S. Army Captain, began his legal career in Dallas in 1971. In 1981, he was appointed by Governor Mark White, as the first African American male to preside over a state district court in Dallas County.

White’s practice includes civil litigation, governmental, business and corporate entity defense and mediation. He has been recognized as a Texas “Super Lawyer” by his peers in 2005 as well as 2010-14, and has received numerous leadership awards from a variety of organizations, including the National and Dallas Bar Association, J.L. Turner Legal Association and Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council.

White is a founding member and director of the Dallas Chapter of The General Counsel Forum; a board member of the Committee for a Qualified Judiciary, a former executive board member of SMU Dedman School of Law, a board member of the Urban League of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas, and Alpha Epsilon Boulé Education Foundation.

White received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampton University and juris doctorate from Howard University School of Law.