NEW BRAUNFELS, TX (July 21, 2020) – Langley · Banack & Pfeuffer announced today that New Braunfels native Clayton Robison has joined the firm as a new associate. Robison is a recent graduate of Baylor Law School and clerked at Langley · Banack & Pfeuffer in the summer of 2019.
While at Baylor Law School, Robison served as an intake volunteer at the Pro Bono Veterans’ Legal Clinic and was a member and officer of Baylor Law School’s student chapter of the Federalist Society, a national organization devoted to individual liberty, traditional values, and the rule of law.
Before attending law school, Robison was a communications professional and Deacon at The Austin Stone Community Church after graduating from the University of Texas with bachelor’s degree in journalism in May, 2010. He is a 2005 graduate of New Braunfels High School.
“This is an especially meaningful time, as it marks my return to New Braunfels and the chance to continue a legacy of serving the people of Central Texas as a second-generation lawyer,” said Robison. His father, Jack Robison, is a District Judge in New Braunfels who has run unopposed since 1995, and his mother Carol Robison, has served countless youth and families throughout the region as a social worker.
Robison will work primarily as a litigator in the Family Law Practice Group but also in other civil litigation matters.
Langley · Banack & Pfeuffer provides comprehensive family law services, and represents clients in real estate and business transactional matters. Langley · Banack & Pfeuffer is the only full-service law firm in New Braunfels. It is located at 170 East San Antonio Street; the office phone number is 830-387-2587. For more information, visit langleybanack.com.
Contact: Katy Corrigan
Director of Marketing firstname.lastname@example.org