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Justin Nichols
Justin is a sixth generation Texan - born in San Antonio, attended Plano public schools, obtained his BA from Southern Methodist University, and attended law school at St. Mary’s University. During law school he was a member of the St. Mary’s Law Journal and was a national liaison for the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division. Justin has worked in public, private, and non-profit sectors. In 2009 he started his own business helping c ...
Courtney Hilliard
Estate Planning attorney and solo practitioner working of-counsel for several law firms, I am 2018 Professor of Constitutional Analysis at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I was a 2016 Co-Chair of the Speaker Committee and Planning Committee Member for the Higher Education Symposium at UT Austin in partnership with UTSA. The Symposium is an annual conference dedicated to connecting research and policy. The Planning Committee developed ...
Dominic Negrón
Only a third-generation American, Mr. Negrón understands the value of hard work, integrity, and competency. He believes strongly in serving his community. Mr. Negrón frequently volunteers his time at community events such as The People's Law School, Ask-a-Lawyer Clinics, Wills Clinics and Veteran's Clinics, and is a frequent Estate Planning speaker at Assisted Living Facilities, Community Centers, and Universities throughout Texas. Both of Mr ...
Michael Villa
If your family is undergoing struggles that can only be resolved with the legal system, call the team at Villa & White. Mr. Villa offers extensive focus in the fields of criminal defense, family law, and estate planning. Following his graduation from the University of Houston Law Center in 1993, Mr. Villa went on to begin working with Morris “Trey” White III to represent clients in his community. He is eligible to practice law throughout ...
C. Ashley Callahan
While attending Texas Tech University, Ashley was a member of the Texas Tech Law Review, Phi Delta Phi, and Order of the Coif. Ashley was admitted to practice in Texas in 2000. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas, the District of Colorado, and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Seventh, and Federal Circuits. Ashley served in ...