The United States Postal Service honored Judge Colombaro as a Woman in History
Judge Colombaro frequently spoke to attorney and civic groups, as well as at conferences. The Louisiana Supreme Court also appointed her as one of six judges on its Speakers Bureau
Judge Colombaro frequently presented seminars on the law to the public
In 1993, a federal bipartisan agency honored Judge Colombaro as a Pacesetter – "a proven leader across the South who serves as an example to others who aspire to public service careers."
Judge Colombaro created and hosted a popular TV show to explain laws to the public.
Judge Colombaro created a “hands-on” in the field program to permit the Youth to experience how the court system operates on all levels
Judge Colombaro was appointed to serve on the Professionalism & Quality of Life Committee
Judge Colombaro was appointed to serve on the Board of Governors
The American Inns of Court Leadership appointed Judge Colombaro, who founded and was President of the Judge Albert Tate, Jr. Inns of Court in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and she was named to serve on the State Supreme Court's Commission.
Judge Colombaro was named as the 1993 Quota Woman of the Year, because of her accomplishments, and being elected as the first woman judge in Louisiana's history from her region.
Judge Colombaro earned this degree in 1998 from the University of Virginia's Law School.
Judge Colombaro's book, explaining laws to the layperson was published in 1992. Since 1995, she is also a lead author for Westlaw's "Louisiana Civil Trial Procedure, Practice Series".
1986, "Self" featured Billie Colombaro for her many accomplishments.
Judge Colombaro is sworn in as Louisiana’s first woman Judge from her 5 parish region, winning outright a majority vote in every parish in a 3 person race