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Law Office of Bradley Houston, Austin, Texas
January 2009 to present
Practice includes personal injury and appellate law, with an emphasis on bicycling and trucking cases.
Dunagan-Weichert-Houston, Austin, Texas
January 1996 to December 1998
Partner in charge of litigation.
Travis County Attorney's Office - Civil Division, Austin, Texas
November 1994 to January 1996
Assistant County Attorney. Practice included personal injury defense and plaintiff’s personal injury subrogation.
Gray, Cary, Ames & Frye (now DLA Piper), San Diego, California
October 1990 to January 1993
Associate. Practice included personal injury defense and commercial litigation.
Former Petroleum Land Manager and Real Estate Broker
January 1982 to August 1987
Bradley L. Houston, P.C ., Austin, Texas
January 1999 to December 2008
Practice included personal injury and civil rights violations trial and appellate law.
University of Texas at Austin, School of Law, Austin
Texas, Spring 1995
Guest Lecturer in Trial Advocacy
Travis County District Attorney's Office - Trial Division and Grand Jury Division, Austin, Texas
January 1993 to November 1994
Assistant District Attorney Practice included felony jury trials, Grand Jury
presentations, and civil forfeiture actions.
City Attorney's Office, San Diego, California
January 1990 to April 1990
Intern. Obtained student bar card and prosecuted traffic violations.
Tried over 50 trials, 30 or more of which were before a jury
Successfully briefed and argued case before the Texas Supreme Court Texas A&M University-Kingsville, et. al. v Lawson, 87 S.W 3d 518 (Tex 2002)
Successfully defended trial court decisions at the Federal Court of Appeals and State Court of Appeals.
Admitted to Texas Bar, 1992
Supreme Court of California, 1990
United States District Court for the Southern District of California, 1990
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, 1995
Admitted to California Bar, 1990
Supreme Court of Texas, 1992
United States District Court for the Central District of California, 1991
Californ ia Western School of Law, San Diego, California, Juris Doctor, cum laude , 1990
The Honorable Andrew Austin, Federal Magistrate, U S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
The Honorable Mike Lynch, State District Judge, Travis County, Texas
Elementary Sunday school teacher for Covenant and Westlake Hills Presbyterian Churches, 1994 to the present
Founder of VOP Foundation
Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation
Sponsor of the UT Cycling Team, Aust1in Nationals, ATC Womens Racing Team, Violet Crown , Brain & Spine, Super Squadra, Westlake Mountain Bike Team, The Webberville Cyclocross Race, and The Driveway Criterium Series.
University ofTexas at Austin, Bachelor of Business Administration, 1981 Item #3 References
The Honorable Jon Wisser, State District Judge, retired , Travis County, Texas
The Honorable Ronnie Earle, Distr ict Attorney, retired, Travis County, Texas. Civic
Annual supporter of Salvation Army of Austin. Annual supporter of Meals On Wheels And More of Austin
Short deadlines can apply to injury claims, most have a 2-year statute, but some as short as 45 days. It is critical that you discuss your claim with Brad Houston or another attorney of your own selection as soon as possible to minimize that your claim will be barred because of a missed deadline.