Drew Christman founded Christman Attorneys, PLLC, in 2017. He was voted “Best Business Attorney” in Denton County in 2019 and 2020 in Denton County. Drew uses his extensive law experience to shape his practice, which focuses on corporate and business law, estate planning, entertainment law, and mediation. Drew got his start as an Assistant Attorney General of Alabama under Hon. William Pryor (now U.S. 11th Cir. Court of Appeals) from 1999-2002. While serving the people of Alabama, he gained extensive experience in constitutional litigation, administrative prosecution, and general civil litigation. Drew also served as a prosecutor in the violent crimes division and public corruption division of the Attorney General’s Office. He was appointed by the Attorney General as general counsel to multiple state boards and agencies, gaining valuable experience in administrative prosecution, defense, and general process.
This experience was further enhanced and broadened over the next seven years in private practice as a civil defense litigator with Gidiere, Hinton, Herndon & Christman, representing some of the largest private corporations and insurance companies in the United States (i.e. Travelers Insurance, State Farm Insurance Companies, CVS, Best Buy, Yum! Brands, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing of America). Drew has successfully defended multi-million dollar lawsuits involving commercial and residential construction defect, commercial trucking, products liability, civil rights/employment law, medical malpractice, tort litigation, and contract litigation. He has appeared multiple times before the Alabama Supreme Court, and has argued four times before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. After 10 years of practice in Alabama, the Christman family moved home to Texas. In 2009, Drew founded Christman, Kelley & Clarke, PC, where he practiced law with his partners for nine years.
In 2018, Drew converted the firm to Christman Attorneys, PLLC, and continues to provide clients with outstanding legal representation in a variety of practice areas. He continues to represent business and corporate clients and also has a thriving family practice. Drew now focuses much of his time and effort on property law and serving as the chief legal counsel to Providence Title. He is also the lead escrow officer for his wife, Clarissa Christman, who runs the Highland Village office of Providence Title.
Drew grew up in Sherman, Texas. He completed his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University, where he was the co-founder of the Gamma Chapter of Beta Upsilon Chi, America’s largest Christian social fraternity. Drew graduated cum laude from Regent University School of Law in 1999.
Drew and his wife, Clarissa, have 2 boys, Justus and Austin. The Christmans are actively involved in their church and local community. Drew serves on the Executive Board of Directors of Serve Denton, and is a member of Texas Land and Title Association as well as the Family Section and the Entertainment and Sports Law Section of Texas State Bar.
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