Chad Dick is an experienced trial lawyer whose entire professional career has been devoted to the law. He started his career working in the Texas Senate as a Legislative Assistant for Senate District 17 and the Fort Bend Independent School District’s Staff Attorney’s office before entering Law School. He has been fortunate enough to learn personally from some of the best trial lawyers in the State of Texas beginning with working for the Law Firm of Rusty Hardin and Associates. He left that job in order to pursue the opportunity to become a prosecutor and did so for both the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office as well as the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Upon leaving the DA’s office he was able to work with a former elected District Attorney and one of the best lawyers he has ever had the privilege of working with, his father Sam Dick. After running a law practice for close to a decade he is excited to bring his knowledge and experience to Leasor Crass.
Although Chad comes from a family of lawyers, his saving grace is that both his mother and his wife are former educators. He is lucky enough to have been married to his beautiful bride for over sixteen years. Together they have five children which is by far his favorite accomplishment. He does not claim any pets but allows his children to take care of three cats that are blessed enough to live in his home. When he is not helping clients or his children, he enjoys having his heart ripped out by the Texas Longhorns every chance he gets.
Areas Of Practice
B.A., University of Texas, 2001
J.D., South Texas College of Law, 2004
State Bar of Texas, School Law, Labor & Employment Law, Juvenile and Criminal Justice Sections
United States District Court, Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas