attorney profile

HERBERT W. TREGER, b. Evanston, Illinois, March 25, 1948; University of Kansas [A.B. in Political Science & Modern European History, with high honors in both areas; J.D. from the School of Law, 1973]; admitted to bar in Texas, 1973, the United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, 1974, the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, 1977, the United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, 1982, and the United States Supreme Court, 1977.

Professional memberships:

  • State Bar of Texas [including membership in the Business Law and Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Sections]
  • The College of the State Bar of Texas [a voluntary association of Texas attorneys who annually participate in at least 30 hours of Continuing Legal Education, which is 2 times the amount required of all practicing attorneys and which represents approximately 4% of all attorneys in Texas]
  • Dallas Bar Association and Irving Bar Associations [including membership in the Real Estate Law and the Probate & Trust Law Sections of both]
  • associate membership in the Texas Land Title Association [including service on several standing committees of the Association including the Institute Committee, and as a Trustee of the TLTAPAC]
  • former member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel

For a number of years, Treger has been rated "AV® Preeminent™" by Martindale-Hubbell, which represents peer recognition for excellence in both legal ability and ethical practice. Martindale-Hubbell has additionally recognized Treger with its "Client Distinction Award", which is bestowed only on attorneys receiving a compiled score of 4.5 or higher (out of a possible 5.0) for communications ability, responsiveness, quality of service and value for money and represents less than 4% of the approximate 900,000 attorneys listed. In 2016, Treger was additionally recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as being one of America's Most Honored Professionals Top 1%. Treger serves as a member of the board of directors or as an executive committee member and general counsel for several Texas Not-for-Profit Corporations including the Jefferson Historical Society & Museum, Inc., the Krewe of Hebe, Inc. and the Lone Star Flyers, Inc.