Judge Fulks brings significant legal experience to the bench. Prior to her appointment, she practiced family law and is board certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She assisted in handling several high-profile cases in both the Fifth Court of Appeals and Texas Supreme Court on family law issues. Additionally, she served as an assistant faculty member for the Baylor Law School – Family Law Bootcamp.
Judge Fulks currently serves as a member of the State Bar of Texas Local Bar Services Committee, Collin County Women Lawyers Association, Dallas Bar Association, Curt B. Henderson Inn of Court, and the Texas Bar College. She is past president of the Collin County Bar Association, past president of the Collin County Child Protective Services Board and co-chaired the Collin County Bar Association Trial Academy.
Judge Fulks received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from LeTourneau University, Master of Science
in Psychology from Abilene Christian University in 2006, and a Juris Doctor from Baylor Law School in
For the past 5 years, Judge Fulks has been named to the list of Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars and in 2022 received the honor of being named among the Top 50 Up-and-Coming Women Lawyers.
Judge Fulks performs community service through the Junior League of Collin County and also previously served in Leadership McKinney, as a volunteer attorney for Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, and is a former director and treasurer of Volunteer McKinney.
Long active in the Collin County Republican Party leadership and committees, she served as the Senate District 8 Director for Texas Federation of Republican Women, former president of Golden Corridor Republican Women, and served for three years as the co-chair of the Collin County Lincoln Day Dinner.
Brook lives in Frisco with her husband Caleb and three children. The Fulks attend First Baptist Church of Frisco.