The Golden Hammer Staff Reports
Conroe, September 18 – Popular civil litigation attorney Scott Golemon announced openly at a fundraiser for State Representative Will Metcalf in Willis last night that Golemon is running for the position of Chief Justice of the Beaumont Court of Appeals in the March 3, 2019, Republican Primary Election. Golemon seeks to follow Chief Justice Steve McKeithen who is retiring.
The 60-year-old Golemon, an attorney with Hope & Causey law firm in Conroe, was originally born in Houston but lives with his wife the ever-popular Doris Golemon, and their children, in Conroe. He graduated from Tarleton State University, magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree. He then went on to receive a Master’s Degree from Tarleton State. After finishing his Master’s Degree, Scott attended the University of Houston Law Center where he earned his Juris Doctorate in 1987.
The State Bar of Texas licensed Golemon in 1988. Golemon is a Past President of the Montgomery County Bar Association.
Golemon ran for the 221st District Court in 2008. He is popular among conservatives and highly respected among local attorneys as an experienced and thoughtful civil trial lawyer.
He’s a member of the American Board of Advocates, Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas, and American Association of Justice. He’s also a member of the Conroe Rotary Club, Montgomery County Food Bank, and Caney Creek High School Football Booster Club. Golemon is a Life Member of the Montgomery County Fair Association and has served as its Vice President an a member of the Board of Directors. He’s also a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.
Golemon enjoys ranching, farming, camping, and barbecuing for his church and community events. Golemon enjoys considerable renown for the incredibly hard work he does every year leading the Courthouse Appreciation Barbecue.