1978 J.D. Texas Tech University School of Law
1974 B.S. Secondary Education, North Texas State University, cum laude


1984  Southern District of Texas
1983  Western District of Texas
1983  United States Supreme Court
1982  11th Circuit Court of Appeals
1982  Eastern District of Texas
1979  5th Circuit Court of Appeals
1979  Northern District of Texas
1979  Supreme Court of Texas
1974  Texas Teaching Certificate (life), High School History and English


11-       Stephen C. McIntyre, Attorney at Law
02-11   Lone Star Legal Aid, Management
95-02   Gulf Coast Legal Foundation, Management
94-95   Gulf Coast Legal Foundation,  Staff Attorney
94         Mercado & McIntyre
93-94   Office of Attorney General, Consumer Protection Div., Regional Manager
89-93   Mercado & McIntyre
85-89   Texas Rural Legal Aid, Farm Worker Division, staff attorney
84-85   Law offices of Robin Green, attorney
79-85   West Texas Legal Services, staff attorney
77-79   West Texas Legal Services, law clerk
77         Texas Tech University School of Law, research assistant
76-77   Texas Tech University School of Law, student librarian
76         Texas Tech University Special Services, history tutor



State Bar of Texas (79-), Individual Rights and Responsibilities (87-90), Labor and Employment (88-90), Criminal Justice (90), Poverty Law (07-    )
Galveston County Bar Association (96-), Pro Bono Committee (96-08)
Galveston County Family Bar Association (96-08)
TYLA Legal Services to Low Income Texans Committee (90-91)
TYLA  Assistance to Central American Refugees Committee (89-90)
GCLF Attorney Union, UAW Local 2320, AFL-CIO (94-95)
TRLA Attorney Union, UAW Local 2320, AFL-CIO (85-89)
WTLS Attorney Union, UAW Local 2320, AFL-CIO (79-85)
Texas Lawyers Care, Housing & Consumer Law Task Force (94-       )
National Lawyers Guild (76-84)
Texas Tech University School of Law, Martin Luther King Jr. Award, established $1000 award funded by West Texas civil rights and poverty lawyers to graduate who would further King’s ideals (84-94); Inmate Assistance Program, organized and obtained faculty approval for credit, served as first student director (76).


Galveston NAACP, Unsung Hero Award – faith-based organization/individual (15)
Galveston Living Wage Study Group,
cofounder (12-)
, member (10- )
Texas Housing Justice League, member (10- )
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, member (09- )
Galveston Island Childhood Lead Task Force, member (08- )
Galveston County Free Care Monitoring Project, member (07- )
Gulf Coast Interfaith, member (04-09, 11-), steering committee (04-09,11-), executive committee (08-09,11-)
KUHF Houston Public Radio, member (05- )
Galveston Alliance of Island Neighborhoods, representative (02-03), secretary(03)
Houston PBS, member (02- )
Greater Houston Fair Housing Center, founding board member (99-00)
Parker Elementary, PTA (94-05); Cub Scouts, den co-leader (96-98)
Weis Middle School, PTA (96-03)
Lubbock Boards and Commissions Advisory Board (92-94)
Lubbock Substance Abuse Coalition (92-94)
Lubbock Independent School District Advisory Committee (91)
Young Parents Services, Inc., vice-president (91-92)
Roscoe Wilson Elementary, PTA (92-94); teacher volunteer (92-93)
Dupre Elementary, PTA, parliamentarian (91-92); teacher volunteer (91-92)
Lubbock NAACP, George Woods Award, outstanding service in civil rights (89)
Texas Indigent Health Care Task Force (84-85)
South Plains Alternatives Resources Coalition (80)
Coalition for Equal Justice, co-organizer (77-78)
ACLU, Lubbock Board, (76-81),  secretary/treasurer (78-81)
Kappa Delta Pi, Education Honor Society, treasurer (74)
West Dallas Teaching Project (74)
Sierra Club, member (73-75, 10-)


Salinas  v. Rodriguez , Salinas  v. Goodpasture, Inc.,963 F.2d 791 (5th Cir. 1992), reh. denied 978 F.2d 187 (5th Cir. 1992),
In re Parmer, 98 B.R. 277 (Bankr. Court N.D. Texas 1989)
Ortega v. Rowe, 796 F.2d 765 (5th Cir. 1986), cert. denied 481 U.S. 1013 (1987)
Stewart v. Lubbock CountyWilkinson  v. Lubbock County, 767 F.2d 153 (5th Cir. 1985)
Mireles v. Crosby CountyZavala v. Crosby County, 724 F.2d 765 (5th Cir. 1984)
Johnston v. Shaw, 556 F. Supp 406 (N.D. Texas 1982)
Jones v. Texas Tech University, 656 F.2d 1137 (5th Cir. 1981)
In re GM, 596 S.W.2d 846 (Texas. 1980)


Crazy Horse, weekly column for Lubbock Digest, African-American newspaper and El Editor, Chicano newspaper (89-94).
Robin Hood Was Right, Texas Legal Services Center Alert, September 1987.
Right To Decent Housing, Red River Justice, Vol.1, No.1, June 1982.
Winning Battles; Losing The War,  Texas Legal Services Center Alert, March 1982.
VISTA Litigation Guide: How to Fight to Save a VISTA Project, 53 pp,   No.31,623 Clearinghouse Review (1981)


Safe, Healthy, Sustainable, and Quality Communities, Texas Access to Justice Foundation, Community Redevelopment Conveningpanelist, May 23, 2016.

Community lawyering in the War on Poverty, Texas Poverty Law Conference Course, presenters: Robert Doggett, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Steve McIntyre, Gulf Coast Interfaith, April 28, 2016.

Subsidized housing and local opposition: opportunity vs. segregation, Integrating Houston/Galveston Area Communities, jointly sponsored by Greater Houston Fair Housing Center, Texas Appleseed, and Texas Low Income Housing Information Service, panelist, Aug. 8, 2012.

Using the DTPA for Low Income Issues, Conference on Housing and Consumer Law, jointly sponsored by TLSC and Bexar County Legal Aid Association, panelist, May 1994.

Economic Rights and Texas Law, Litigating Civil Rights in Texas Courts, jointly sponsored by The American Civil Liberties Foundation of Texas, Inc., The University of Texas School of Law, and The Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section of The State Bar of Texas, panelist, Jan. 25-26, 1985.

Local Government and Finance Responsibility Workshop, Task Force on Indigent Health Care,  panelist, November 2, 1983.

Indigent Health Care in Texas, Public Interest Forum, jointly sponsored by Consumers Union and Common Cause, panelist, October 27, 1983.


Hughes v. Dallas County, No.87-2125-A (14th D.C. Dallas Cty., 1989), successful homeless class action jury trial, testified as expert on Texas county welfare statute, Art. 2351(11).