LLM in Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center (in progress);
J.D., Texas A&M School of Law;
M.A. Cert. - Homeland Security, Texas A&M Bush School of Public Service;
M.A in Texas Legal History, Baylor University;
B.A. in History and Political Science, Baylor University
I come from a multi-disciplinary educational background that has greatly influenced how I view the role of attorneys and our jobs as counselors of law.
I am also an educator of over twelve years teaching at various community colleges and universities. In the past, I have taught Texas History, Texas Constitutional Law, U.S. Constitutional Law, and several intensive courses regarding the Civil War-era Texas Supreme Court and Reconstruction-era litigation.
Currently, I am a Lecturer in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business at the University of North Texas, where I teach Business Law, Business Ethics, Estate Planning, and Negotiations.
I feel a holistic approach to estate planning provides a unique avenue to explore the intersections of various areas of law, such as business formations and operations, estates, real estate, trusts, and tax law.