Brian Roark is a Partner at Roark Hull & Wortham. He’s represented clients across the state of Texas in a wide variety of cases for the last 28 years.
Before founding Roark, Hull & Wortham, Brian was a partner at Minton, Burton, Foster and Collins and prior to that he was in solo practice. He continues his partnership in Botsford & Roark. He began his career as a prosecutor at the Travis County Attorney’s Office where he tried criminal and civil cases and served as Intake and Trial Division Chief for a number of years. Brian has 1st-chaired many jury trials, bench trials, and pre-trial hearings in State and Federal Courts. He has also argued several cases to various courts of appeal.
Brian has been AV rated by Martindale Hubbell for over 25 years and rated a Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly for the last 7 years. He taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Texas School of Law for eleven years and served on the State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee for 6 years, the last three as chair of the District 9 panel. He graduated from Baylor Law School and the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Philosophy.
When Brian is not in court, he likes to travel with his wife and play with their pups. He’s climbed mountains around the world over the last 25 years and still enjoys climbing, fishing and all manner of outdoor fun.
Baylor Law School
University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Philosophy
State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee
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