About Judge Warren
Ingrid Warren joined Probate Court No. 2 in 2015, making history as the first female and first African-American to sit on Dallas County’s second oldest probate court. A proud Texan, Judge Warren strives for excellence in her work as a jurist, Judge Warren believes that public service combined with the pursuit of justice, fairness and integrity are the highest callings.
About Probate Court No. 2
The position of Presiding Judge for Probate Court No. 2, Dallas County, Texas, is an elected position. Probate Court No. 2 is one of 18 statutory probate courts in Texas. The statutory courts are responsible for probating wills, declaring heirs of deceased persons dying without a will, creating and monitoring guardianships for incapacitated Texans and minors. The probate court also has the jurisdiction to hear lawsuits related to a decedent’s estate or a ward’s estate.
- Former Shareholder with the law firm of Mahomes, Bolden and Warren, LLP;
- Former associate to one of the largest bankruptcy law practices for a Dallas based firm;
- Former law clerk to the Hon. Steven A. Felsenthal, retired judge for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas.
- Texas A&M University, Bachelor’s degree in Political Science
- The University of Texas, School of Law, J.D.
- Board Member for the Association of Former Students for Texas A&M University;
- Chair, W.J. Durham Judicial Council, Inc.;
- Former Representative at Large, The Association of Former Students (2014);
- Aggie Women;
- Black Student Former Student Network;
- Former Big Sister with Big Brothers & Big Sisters of North Texas;
- Former Finance Chair, City of Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission;
- Former Trustee, YMCA Metropolitan Dallas Foundation; and
- Member of the Information Desk Ministry at Concord Church in Dallas, Texas.
Daughter to the best dad in the world, Henry R. Warren and mother of a loving dog, Loki.