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When did you join the firm?
Where is your office located?
Tell us about your practice.
My practice is focused on commercial transactions of all varieties. I help clients with real estate development matters, starting a business or buying or selling a business, negotiating contracts, and protecting intellectual property.
Why did you want to become an attorney?
After starting my career as an engineer, I am still able to be a problem-solver in a variety of contexts, helping my clients achieve their business and personal goals, which is very fulfilling.
What is the best thing about practicing law at West Webb?
The camaraderie of our office is outstanding. We have excellent, high-caliber attorneys who have chosen to live and practice in this community. We trust and respect one another, and know that our clients are best served by getting the right West Webb team member on the representation. We are in the midst of tremendous economic development in this region, and our clients are right in the middle of all of it. There is no shortage of exciting projects to work on.
What do you do for fun?
Golf, Aggie sports, and following my kids in their various activities.
What is your favorite quotation?
“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” -Mark Twain.
As an engineer-turned-attorney, I tend to be very thoughtful and strategic in helping my clients. But this quote reminds me how important it is to not get stuck in the web of over-analysis. I want to encourage my clients to make progress and move the needle. We are going to help you make the best decisions to achieve your goals.
What is one thing about you that most people don’t know?
I survived a ride straight down the side of a mountain on a runaway elephant while on a mission trip to Thailand in college.