Shane’s journey with Verner Brumley started in 2018 when he began serving as a law clerk to partners Jim Mueller and Rob McAngus.
Shane graduated from Texas A&M University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in economics before he began law school at the Texas A&M University School of Law. Throughout his time in law school, Shane was a senior member of the Texas A&M Mock Trial team, where he competed in national trial competitions in places such as Chicago, San Diego, and Houston. Shane was also a senior staff member of the Texas A&M Law Review, where he was published multiple times in areas of constitutional law.
Shane’s interest in family law started while he was First Chair in the Texas A&M School of Law Family & Veterans Advocacy Clinic. While still in law school, Shane provided legal representation for people who had family law issues but did not have access to an attorney. By the time Shane graduated law school in 2020, he had already taken family law cases to a final hearing.
Since passing the Texas Bar Exam in 2020, Shane has devoted his entire practice to family law at Verner Brumley, focusing on high-conflict custody cases and complex divorce. Shane’s background in economics and his mentorship experience under the partners at Verner Brumley give him the qualifications necessary to handle your family law case.
- Author, “Murphy v. NCAA: The Constitutionality of State-Authorized Sports Gambling,” Arguendo, Texas A&M Law Review, Fall 2018.
- Author, “Peffer v. Stephens: Probable Cause, Searches and Seizures Within the Home, and Why Using Technology Should Not Open Your Front Door,” Texas A&M Law Review, Volume 7, Issue 3, Spring 2020.
- Co-Author, “Business Entities,” Family Law 101, State Bar of Texas, San Antonio 2018.
- Co-Author, “Complications with Trying Modifications,” Advanced Trial Skills for Family Lawyers, State Bar of Texas, New Orleans 2018.
- Co-Author, “UCCJEA, UIFSA, and UPA Made Easy: UIFSA,” 45th Annual Advanced Family Law Course, State Bar of Texas, San Antonio 2019.