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Civil appeals, advising on legal issues and error preservation at trial
Partner at Alexander Dubose & Jefferson LLP since 2003; previously with another appellate boutique, appellate lawyer for a plaintiffs’ personal injury boutique, solo appellate practitioner, insurance defense litigator
American Academy of Appellate Lawyers (Fellow 2006-present, Board member 2015-present, President 2020); Texas Center for Legal Ethics ( board member 2015-present, Board Chair 2019-20); State Bar of Texas Appellate Section (President 1995-96); Houston Bar Association Appellate Section (President 1991-92)
Book chapters: Oral Argument, Texas Appellate Practice Manual, Chapter 16 (2d ed. 1993); Writing a Persuasive Supreme Court Brief, Texas Supreme Court Practice Manual 2005, Chapter 6 (2005); Preserving Issues for Appeal, Practitioner’s Guide to Civil Appeals in Texas, Chapter 1 (2014); Appellate Ethics, Practitioner’s Guide to Civil Appeals In Texas, Chapter 17 (2014)
CLE papers: Close to 200 CLE papers, with an emphasis on legal writing, oral advocacy, and legal ethics