I am a trial lawyer with 30 years of experience.
I was raised in Austin, Texas. I went to Reagan High School.
My parents, Elvis and Agnes Pulley, owned and operated a successful small business, which they built from scratch – together.
My brother, Clayton, owns a successful computer service company.
I graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Business (B.B.A. 1982 - concentration in Economics and Marketing). As an undergraduate, I competed for Baylor in NCAA Track and Field (1500 meters and 3000 meter steeplechase).
I was accepted to the Baylor School of Law. Baylor is known as the boot-camp of law schools, and it was there that I was trained by the best in the art of litigation (i.e. how to fight and win in the courtroom). I received my J.D in 1986.
I practiced for 22 years in Dallas, Texas, trying lawsuits while working with various law firms before becoming my own boss and starting my own practice. The lawyers up there are pretty tough - but I was able to work on some interesting and challenging cases - it was a great education.
By 2007, my wife and I were dying to get out of Dallas and return to the Hill Country.
So, we moved to beautiful Wimberley, Texas.
While continuing to practice law - meeting and working with new clients, I have served as President of Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity, Chairman of the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, Vice Chairman of the Village Thrift Store Board of Directors, member of the Woodcreek City Council, past President and a member of the Rotary Club of Wimberley, and a member of the steering committee for Citizens Alliance for Responsible Development.
Best of all, I have been married to my wife, Paula, for over 20 years.