|Associate Director, Career Services
Jobe Rodgers received his law degree in 2005 from Texas Tech School of Law, where he was a member of the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team. Jobe received a Bachelor of Arts in History from Texas Tech in 2001. After graduation from law school, Jobe joined the Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney's Office where he prosecuted misdemeanor and felony offenses and was the 2008 recipient of the Victim's Voice Award for his work as chief of the Domestic Violence Unit. In October 2010, Jobe joined McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf where he practiced civil litigation, agricultural law and corporate internal investigations. While in practice, Jobe was twice nominated for Outstanding Young Lawyer of Lubbock County.
Jobe has also held many positions with the bar. From 2007-2011, he served as the District 3 Representative on the Texas Young Lawyers Association Board of Directors. On the TYLA board, he chaired the Family Law & Seniors Committee, the Technology Committee, and the Marketing Committee. He was instrumental in the production of award winning projects such as Healing the Wounds: Navigating the Legal System After Surviving Domestic Abuse and The Little Voice: Recognizing Child Abuse and Your Duty to Report It. For his work, Jobe was a two-time recipient of the President’s Award of Merit. Jobe also served as the District 26 (North and West Texas) Representative to the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. Jobe served as chairman of the Individual Right s& Responsibilities Committee with the ABA YLD. At the School of Law, Jobe uses his experience and record of service to concentrate in student counseling. Law students find a tremendous resource in a counselor with such broad experience. Students have also enjoyed learning from Jobe’s instruction in his Criminal Advocacy track during the 2013 1L orientation.