Brian BriscoAssociate, Fort Worth

A native of Fort Worth, Brian Brisco joined Cantey Hanger in 2010 after graduating from Baylor Law School. Brian's practice focuses primarily on litigation and appellate work and he is particularly interested in legal issues related to education, religion, and non-profit organizations.

Principal Practice Areas

Education

  • Baylor University School of Law (J.D., 2010)
    Baylor Law Review (Senior Executive Editor)
    Brian J. Serr Excellence in Appellate Advocacy Award
    Extern, Justice Don Willett, Texas Supreme Court
  • The University of Chicago (M.A. Near Eastern Archaeology, 2005)
  • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.A. Theology, 2003)
  • Baylor University (B.A. 2000)
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment in favor of hospital in a premises liability case
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment in favor of a health care provider in an improper credentialing and medical malpractice case
  • Lead litigation attorney at mediation where final settlement for my client was more than three times the opposing party’s initial offer
  • Successfully and creatively negotiated dismissal of a non-compete lawsuit, saving my client the cost of extensive discovery and trial
  • Licensed to Practice in Texas, 2010
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Speedway Children’s Charities, Texas Chapter, Trustee
  • Presbyterian Night Shelter
  • Junior Achievement
  • University Baptist Church
  • Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court
  • Tarrant County Volunteer Attorneys Service