Bryan RamirezI’m privileged to have the opportunity to represent hardworking, honest people and provide them with help, especially during those moments when they need it the most.

Attorney Bryan Ramirez fights for victims of injustice, and he is motivated to stand up for people without power or a voice to speak for themselves. Bryan has traveled extensively in Guatemala, where his uncle is a judge. Bryan has seen the effects of injustice in the lives of people. Bryan grew up in Houston and attended Lamar High School, where he was part of the International Baccalaureate program. Bryan credits the hard work of his parents for the opportunity he now enjoys, and it was important to Bryan to remain in Houston, so he could give back to his community and stay close to his family.

As an attorney at Waldman Legal Group PLLC, Bryan seeks justice for those who have been injured by the negligence of others. He fights for his clients and works aggressively to hold all responsible parties accountable for their actions.

At Waldman Legal Group PLLC, the attorneys take charge of the problems that our clients have entrusted to us. Building relationships with our clients and developing trust are important values at our firm. We are here to listen to our clients’ concerns, and to take action to improve our clients’ lives.

Bryan earned bachelor’s degrees in political science and sociology from Rice University. He then earned his law degree from South Texas College of Law (“STCL”). While at STCL, Bryan served as an editor on the Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, and the Texas Journal of Business Law. Bryan was also a research assistant to Professor Elaine Carlson, and worked with her on a civil procedure treatise utilized by lawyers throughout Texas.

When not practicing law, Bryan enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Texas

Education

  • South Texas College of Law, J.D., 2017
    • Editor-in-Chief, The South Texas College of Law Houston Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy
    • Articles Editor, Texas Journal of Business Law
  • Rice University, B.A., 2013

Publications

  • Compelling Arbitration—Whether a Court Should Mandate Arbitration Pursuant to an Agreement when the Movant Challenges the Formation of that Agreement, 47 J. Bus. L. 213 (2017).

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