Register to Vote Event Tarrant County
Speaking on Texas Guardianships
Overseeing the Candidate's Forum
Delivering food to the homeless
Political advertisement paid for by the Brooke Allen Campaign, in compliance with the voluntary limits of the Judicial Campaign Fairness Act. Campaign treasurer, Adrian Murray.
Presenting on Estates Code Burdens of Proof
Judge, Probate Court No. 2, Tarrant County, Texas - 2016 - current
“Fort Worth Top Attorney” by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine 2007-16
"Attorney of the Year" – Fort Worth Paralegal Association 2011
“Texas Rising Star” by Texas Lawyer 2008-15
President’s Award – Texas Young Lawyer’s Association 2012
Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow - 2012-current: only 1/3 of 1% of Texas attorneys admitted each year
President’s Award of Merit 2008-09 and 2010-11 - Texas Young Lawyers Association
Texas Bar Foundation – Nominating Committee 2013
Tarrant County Bar Association – Board of Directors 2010
Tarrant County Probate Bar Association - 2016
Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court – Associate Member 2006-08, 2009-11
Texas Young Lawyers Association – Board of Directors 2008-12
Fort Worth Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association – President 2010; Board 2007-11
Arlington Young Lawyers Association - Founding Member
Special Commissioner for Condemnation - Tarrant County
Texas Wesleyan University Moot Court and Texas High School Mock Trial – Volunteer Judge
Local Homeowners Association - General Counsel 2012-current
Texas Wesleyan University Asst. Adjunct Professor "Taking the Bar Exam" 2006-09
Partnering for Pro-Bono Project 2010
TCGOP Attorney - 2016
Partner, Moses, Palmer & Howell, LLP
Partner, Brown, Dean, Proctor & Howell, LLP
Admitted to Practice: United States Supreme Court
Texas Supreme Court
Federal District Courts of Texas and Louisiana
Tarrant County Republican Party Exec. Comm. – Precinct Chair 4230, 2012-2015
Texas Delegate 2012, 2014, 2016 (Senate District 10 Delegate)
Texas Federation of Republican Women and Nat’l Fed. of Republican Women, 2008-current
Tribute to Women Honoree, Texas Federation of Republican Women 2010
Fort Worth Republican Women – Vice President of Finance, current, Member 2006-current
Fort Worth Republican Women - President
Fort Worth Republican Women - 1st Vice President of Membership
Fort Worth Republican Women - 2nd Vice President Programs
Fort Worth Republican Women - 6th Vice President Events
Southwest Republican Club - Member 2012, 2015-current
Tarrant Star Republican Women - Associate Member 2014, Member 2015-current
Southeast Republican Club - 2015-current
Tarrant County Republican Assembly - Member 2015-current
Election Judge – May 2012, November 2013, May 2015
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison Campaign Liaison – 2007 Senatorial Campaign
Texas Asian Republican Assembly North Texas - Member 2015-current
Arlington Republican Club - Member 2012-current
Let's Keep Texas Red - Field Representative
Burdens of Proof in Guardianship - presented to Texas Guardianship Association.
Burdens of Proof in the Texas Estates Code - presented to the Tarrant County Bar Association.
Guardianship: Evidentiary Standards and Evidence - presented at Texas A&M School of Law.
Guardianship: Rush to the Courthouse or Last Resort? - presented at conferences including Texas Parent to Parent, Arc of Texas, and A Closer Look, and other organizations dedicated to families of children with disabilities, chronic illness and other special health care needs.
Practical and Ethical Tips for Young Lawyers - presented to the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association.
Temporary Guardianships, Temporary Restraining Orders and Temporary Injunctions as Alternatives to Guardianship - presented at "Nuts and Bolts Seminar" sponsored by the Tarrant County Bar Association.
Practicing in Probate Court No. 2 - presented to the Arlington Bar Association.
Santa Fe Youth Services – Vice Chair 2012-15; Board of Directors 2011; Committee 2008-10-provides evidence-based prevention, intervention and counseling services designed specifically for the social and emotional development of adolescents.
Batting for Bucks – Co-founder and Co-chair 2011-event benefiting North Texas Legal Aid - a nonprofit organization that provides free civil legal services to low income residents in 114 Texas counties throughout North and West Texas.
Spirit of Hope Foundation - Volunteer -serves less fortunate and abused children by affording them school supplies, clothes, shoes, toys, and personal items and by hosting numerous enriching experiences as a respite from crisis situations and everyday life struggles.
Ladder Alliance Volunteer-provides women victims of domestic violence or low-income women with the tools to lead self-reliant independent and successful lives.
Northside Inter-Community Agency - Christmas Board – providing Christmas gifts and Christmas party to underprivileged children in the North Fort Worth community.
Telly Award 2012 for "The Unconscious Truth"
Junior Women’s Club – Board of Directors 2010-15; Department President 2010-11; speaker on Estate Planning and Probate, 2013
All Saints Episcopal School Alumni Board Association – Secretary 2007; Treasurer 2000
Habitat for Humanity - Volunteer
Baylor University - Presented "The Unconscious Truth: The Physical and Legal Effects of Underage Binge Drinking" to various high schools
Grand Prairie 9th Grade - Presented "R U Safe? Protecting Yourself in Cyberspace"
Texas Christian University - Presented "The Unconscious Truth: The Physical and
FW Republican Women Monthly Meeting
Working at the Court.
Speaking on Pros and Cons of Trial v. Arbitration
Working the phone banks
Introducing Kris "Tanto" Paronto
Judge Allen has presided over hundreds of bench and jury trials in the areas of estates, guardianship, mental health and litigation related to estates and guardianship.
As a fiscally responsible judge, Judge Allen has returned more money to taxpayers this year than any other probate court in Texas. Under her leadership, our court has streamlined its budget, has appointed the first full-time public probate administrator, and has decreased staffing and overhead costs.
Judge Allen has also been active in Tarrant County speaking on guardianship, probate, and mental health law to senior-citizen groups, to parents with special-needs children, and to attorney associations.
She is dedicated to the legal profession and her commitment has been recognized by her peers at both the State and local level. She is a Fellow in the Texas Bar Foundation, a honor bestowed on only 1/3 of Texas attorneys each year. As an attorney, Brooke Allen was voted by her colleagues as a "Top Attorney" in Fort Worth Magazine and a "Rising Star" by Texas Lawyer. She was "Attorney of the Year" presented by the Fort Worth Paralegal Association.