Biography: Judge Nancy
Nancy Berger is a lifelong Republican and native Texan, having lived in Tarrant County for the last 33 years. She grew up in West Texas—the Abilene area, and in Borger in the Panhandle. She has been married to Art Berger for 37 years, and together
they have five children and nine grandchildren.
Judge Berger is a disciplined, driven, hard-working individual. She became a CPA in 1972 and worked for years as only one of a handful of female CPA’s at Arthur
Andersen & Co in the Oklahoma City office and has been a Certified Fraud Examiner. In 1989, she enrolled in Texas Wesleyan Law School while working full days at EDS in Plano, and took classes and studied at night. In 1994 she graduated, was admitted to the Texas State Bar, and practiced law full time, concentrating in family law. She always stated that her primary concern was “The protection of the family unit, and particularly of children and their welfare.”
Judge Berger believes that her life experiences with her own family, in addition to many years of practicing family law serve her well and give her a broad perspective and insight to the needs, issues and problems that families and children face today. Additionally, her many years of experience in business: accounting; fraud investigation; management; and in civic work only further her ability to render just equitable decisions in her Court.
Nancy Berger is a proud member of several Tarrant County Bar Associations, including being an officer in the Women’s Section for several years, and a member of many of the Republican clubs in Tarrant County, the First United Methodist Church, a lifetime member of the PTA, the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, the College of the State Bar, former member of the Alumni Board of Directors of Texas Wesleyan School of Law, and a supporter of the Texas Wesleyan Law Clinic.
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