After graduation, I will be a title attorney. I started as a clerk for a title attorney (after meeting the office manager in undergraduate courses at Texas Wesleyan), that turned into a summer job, and that turned into an internship, and that turned into part-time work, and that turned into my career. I’ve grown to learn the ropes there and develop a passion for it.
Originally, I chose Texas Wesleyan because I made the baseball team and the scholarship I got went further than scholarships to other local schools. Now, I know through personal experience, the community at Texas Wesleyan gives you a better vehicle to succeed in your studies. It’s important to have a unique relationship with professors, and that is allowed at schools with a smaller population like at Texas Wesleyan.
“Property Law” at the Law campus. I already had somewhat of a background in property law from working at the title company, but got to learn more about it in-depth and the history of it, and the class continued my interest in property law. I enjoyed the professor, Timothy Mulvaney, too.
A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
Student Bar Association (president), Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association (student liason)