Chase R. Newsom

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Chase Newsom was born in Oxford, Mississippi and grew up in Amarillo, Texas. He graduated cum laude from Texas A&M University in 2014. After graduation, he worked as a Congressional Aide for the 13th Congressional District of Texas in Washington D.C. Chase attended law school at South Texas College of Law and was actively involved in the nationally recognized Advocacy Program. During his 3L year Chase, along with two teammates, won the National Health Law Moot Court Competition at Southern Illinois University. Throughout law school he was a recipient of the Christopher Breen Memorial Award for outstanding 2L advocates, the Professor Elaine A. Carlson Scholarship for Texas Judicial Clerkships, and was inducted into the Order of the Barristers.

Experience

After law school Chase Newsom clerked for the Honorable Mary Lou Robinson in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. After his clerkship he worked as an associate for a prominent litigation firm in Houston focusing on commercial and medical malpractice defense.  Chase left that opportunity to pursue a higher calling. Chase is passionate about helping those who have experienced tragedy in their lives.  At Perdue & Kidd, Chase now advocates for personal injury victims nationwide.

In his free time Chase enjoys playing guitar, being outdoors, and spending time with his golden retriever, Jack.

 

Education:
  • Texas A&M University, cum laude
  • South Texas College of Law, Juris Doctor
Bar Admissions:
  • Texas, 2017
Professional Association Memberships:
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association
  • The State Bar of Texas
Clerkship:
  • Judicial Law Clerk for Hon. Mary Lou Robinson in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas

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