First recipient of the Dallas Bar Association’s Probate, Trusts & Estates Section Honorable Nikki DeShazo Pro Bono Award (2010) for enhancing human dignity by delivering or improving Pro Bono legal services.
Presidential Citation awarded by Dallas Bar Association President Christina Melton Crain for work as Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Activities Committee during 2009 Pro Bono Week (2009)
Barkley T. Miller
A graduate of Uniersity of Texas at Austin, with honors, Barkley went on to Texas Tech University School of Law, in Lubbock, Texas, where he earned his Juris Doctor degree.
Since then, he has practiced law in Dallas and Collin Counties.
Board of Directors, Arthritis Foundation, North Texas Chapter (2008-2010)
Member, Dallas Bar Association Committees: Community Involvement, Legal Referral Services (Chair, 2011-2012), and Pro Bono Activities (Co-Chair, 2009-2010)
Mentor, Transition to Law Practice Project, Dallas Bar Association
Mentor and Continuing Legal Education Instructor, Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program
Member, Advisory Committee, Volunteer Guardianship Program of Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas
Past Chair, Probate, Trusts and Estates Section, Dallas Bar Association (1997-1998) Past Chair, Solo and Small Firm Section, Dallas Bar Association (1991)
Barkley is married to Glenda A. Miller (Part-time teacher of Special Education Transition Program in Richardson Independent School District, Richardson, Texas, and Staffer in Law Office.) They live in Town Creek section of Dallas’s suburb, Lake Highlands, with Glenda, and proud parents of daughters, Catherine and Sophia
Member of the Dallas Chapter and National Society, Sons of the American Revolution
Senior Treasurer, David Pendleton Society of the Children of the American Revolution, Dallas, Texas
Member and Greeter King of Glory Lutheran Church, Dallas, Texas
Hobbies: Reader; book collector (first editions and Texana); fountain pen collector; camping; genealogy; and hanging out with wonderful family and friends