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Christopher Theodore Phipps

6810 Farm to Market 1960 Rd W, Houston
https://www.avvo.com/attorneys/77069-tx-christopher-phipps-4621439.html
I am a native Texan, raised in an East Texas town called Warren.  My wife is Tiffany, and we have two young sons named Jaxon and Ford.  We live in Kingwood, Texas, and our kids attend public school in the district for which my wife works.   I attended the Warren schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and graduated valedictorian in my class.  I then attended Lamar University in Beaumont on an academic scholarship and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's in political science and an English minor.   In 1998, I began teaching and coaching.  During the next nine years I taught primarily English and served as head basketball coach and tennis coach in Texas high schools.   In 2007, I quit teaching and began attending the Texas Tech School of Law on a full academic scholarship.  In 2010, I graduated summa cum laude, passed the bar, and was admitted to practice law in Texas.   Since then, I have had the honor to work with fantastic lawyers in Lubbock, Beaumont, and Houston, where I have been since 2012.  I work for Mark Lanier, who is regarded by many as the best trial lawyer in the nation.  I work primarily for our briefing team in the Issues and Appeals section.  In that role, I have been fortunate enough to prepare legal briefing in numerous complex matters, including antitrust, general commercial litigation, international arbitration disputes, pharmaceutical and medical device cases, general personal injury, and many more.  In many of these matters, I have argued the issues, dispostive and non-dispositive, at the hearing or oral argument.   As a longtime cancer survivor, I know what it is like to look death in the eye.  I believe that surviving cancer gave me a faith in God and a strength that makes me fear nothing.  In my practice, I never fear a task or opposing counsel, and I always work as hard and as intelligently as possible to further our clients' interests.
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I am a native Texan, raised in an East Texas town called Warren.  My wife is Tiffany, and we have two young sons named Jaxon and Ford.  We live in Kingwood, Texas, and our kids attend public school in the district for which my wife works.   I attended the Warren schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and graduated valedictorian in my class.  I then attended Lamar University in Beaumont on an academic scholarship and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's in political science and an English minor.   In 1998, I began teaching and coaching.  During the next nine years I taught primarily English and served as head basketball coach and tennis coach in Texas high schools.   In 2007, I quit teaching and began attending the Texas Tech School of Law on a full academic scholarship.  In 2010, I graduated summa cum laude, passed the bar, and was admitted to practice law in Texas.   Since then, I have had the honor to work with fantastic lawyers in Lubbock, Beaumont, and Houston, where I have been since 2012.  I work for Mark Lanier, who is regarded by many as the best trial lawyer in the nation.  I work primarily for our briefing team in the Issues and Appeals section.  In that role, I have been fortunate enough to prepare legal briefing in numerous complex matters, including antitrust, general commercial litigation, international arbitration disputes, pharmaceutical and medical device cases, general personal injury, and many more.  In many of these matters, I have argued the issues, dispostive and non-dispositive, at the hearing or oral argument.   As a longtime cancer survivor, I know what it is like to look death in the eye.  I believe that surviving cancer gave me a faith in God and a strength that makes me fear nothing.  In my practice, I never fear a task or opposing counsel, and I always work as hard and as intelligently as possible to further our clients' interests.
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