Paul Clevenger is a native of Dallas, Texas. Paul went to high school at Cistercian Prep School in Irving, Texas, and attended college at the University of Notre Dame and Southern Methodist University. He majored in business during college, and obtained a B.B.A. from Southern Methodist with a concentration in real estate. Paul also attended law school at Southern Methodist University, where he was a member of and published author for the prestigious Southwestern Law School.
Paul began his career in 1983 as a judicial clerk for the Chief Justice of the Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth. He then practiced as a real estate and transactional attorney for five years, negotiating and closing commercial real estate and other business transactions. Paul began handling business litigation matters in 1989, and discovered that he had a talent for litigating and resolving business disputes.
As a hobby, Paul and his wife Michelle enjoy showing dogs. The breed that they show is the Saluki. Salukis are an ancient and rare breed from Arabia, and are beautiful and graceful sighthounds. Paul and Michelle have had several champion Salukis, and one of their dogs, Ally, took second place in the breed competition at the Westminster dog show in New York.
Paul also enjoys traveling, and reading books on theology and history.
“My goal is to provide sophisticated business owners with top quality litigation and business formation services at a reasonable price.”