I'm Rob Galvin. I received a BA and JD from U.T. While in law school, I competed in numerous interscholastic competitions, and won a national title. I was inducted into the Order of the Barristers in 1999. During this time, I discovered my passion for advocacy; working for Broadus Spivey while under the tutelage of Francis Pan only served to further ignite that passion.
Over the past 12 years, I have lived in Texas courtrooms. I have tried cases to the jury, many more to the court, and written and argued appeals. I have built a strong reputation for being an outstanding trial lawyer, which is rooted not only in courtroom demeanor, ability to advocate my client's position, but more importantly, the ability to communicate in direct, simple terms the law and its application. My commitment to hard work and the practice of law has resulted in speaking engagements at various legal seminars, and service on several committees.
Nevertheless, as much as I may personally enjoy the courtroom, a client's best interest is often served by resolving the case prior to trial. It is our experience that properly preparing a case for trial is the best approach to reaching a pre-trial resolution. However, there are undoubtedly some cases that must be concluded from inside a courtroom.Email Rob.