Kerr County Lawyers
During his legal career, Woody also worked part-time...
South Texas College of Law (JD 1982)
State Bar of Texas (Admitted in 1983)
New York State Bar (Admitted in 2005)
Supreme Court of Texas - Briefing Attorney (1983-1984)
Vice President - Harris County Bar Association (1984-1985)
Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer (Since 1988)
Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Since 1988)
Texas Bar Foundation (Member since 1996)
Awarded the Steven J Sharp Public Service Award 2001 (National Award)
United States Patent Holder
Baylor University - Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Autism (2013)
The National Trial Lawyers - TOP 100 for 2018, 2019 & 2020
David P. Willis has gained a national reputation as...
Kerrville, TX 78028
St. Mary's University School of Law
He has been included in such lists as "The Top Attorney's of North America," rated as "Lead Counsel" for Drunk Driving Defense by Thomson Reuters, and designated a "Top Attorney" with the highest possible rating on Avvo.
Over the course of his career, he has handled and...
Kerr County Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Hill Country Crisis Council
The Barshop Jewish Community Center
San Antonio, TX
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