Hoarding - Mental Illness Issues "What can you do to protect your HOA"
Presented Oscar Kazen
Judge | Bexar County Probate Court No. 1
Judge Oscar J. Kazen is the Presiding Judge of Bexar County Probate Court 1 and previously
served as Associate Probate Judge for Bexar County Probate Court 1.
Shortly after his appointment, in 2007, he realized his passion for helping individuals with
mental illness in the justice system. Judge Kazen created, and oversaw, the implementation of
the first fully-operational civil AOT court in Texas, serving as the intersection between the law
and treatment of individuals with serious mental illness, in a 52-county area.
This court has served as a national model, saving lives and lessening the suffering of those with
serious mental illness by offering an alternative to hospitalization. Prior to his appointment as an
associate probate judge, he served as presiding judge of Bexar County Court at Law No. 9 and
was a managing partner of Kazen & Robberson.
Judge Kazen earned his J.D. from Thurgood Marshall School of Law and his B.A. from The
University of Texas. Before attending college,
Sponsor Honoree -
Allen, Stein & Durbin, P.C.
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