Stephen Douglas Pritchett Jr.

Stephen Douglas Pritchett Jr.

Appeals Lawyer

Houston, TX

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8.6

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No Misconduct

Languages

English

About Me

Doug Pritchett represents clients in both state and federal civil courts of appeals in commercial and personal disputes. He also works in the state and federal trial courts on issues that are subject to interlocutory appellate relief or extraordinary relief such as by writ of mandamus. At trial, he works to preserve error, prepare the jury charge, and draft and argue post verdict and post...

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Check

Fees

Hourly ($250-$300/hour)

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John M Parras
John Parras

Houston, TX

Over 1 year ago

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Doug is a highly experienced, attentive lawyer who has the education, experience, and knowledge to help you properly analyze any legal issue and...
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Résumé

License

1998 License Status: Eligible To Practice In Texas for the state of Texas.
Last updated by Avvo: 09/25/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

Johnson, Trent, West & Taylor

Education

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1998 in Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)

University of Texas

Awards

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2012 Board Certified - Civil Appellate Law

Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Associations

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1999- present Member

Houston Bar Association: Appellate Section


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Portfolio

Publications

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2006 What Archimedes and Galileo Can Tell Us About the Legacy of In re Prudential

The Appellate Lawyer

2002 Texas Courts of Appeals Update - Substantive

The Appellate Advocate

Speaking Engagements

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2007 Appellate Timetables and Other Important Issues for Paralegals Handling Appeals

at Annual Spring CLE Conference

2004 The "Ins" and "Outs" of Interlocutory Appeals and State Court Mandamus Proceedings

at In house CLE