Josh Brockman has over ten years of litigation experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal-injury, consumer, and business litigation suits.
Education: Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D., The University Texas at Austin, B.A. 1994
Brockman, Brauchle & Evans, PLLC, Houston, Texas;
Smoots-Hogan, Brockman & Brauchle, Houston, Texas;
Paxson & Associates, P.C., Houston Texas;
Littlepage & Associates, P.C., / Littlepage Booth, Houston, Texas & Pensacola, Florida
"Advising the Small Business Owner on Divorce" -University of Houston Law Foundation CLE – Dallas, TX; Brazoria County Bar Association CLE- Angleton, TX
"Petitions and Causes of Action"- Mealey’s Rezulin® Litigation Conference Boston, MA
Member, Law and Briefing Committee of Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee of MDL 1507, In re Prempro® Products Liab. Litig.; January 2004 to August 2007
American Bar Association;
Houston Bar Association- Board Member of Law Practice Management Section
Stonewall Law Association of Greater Houston- Treasurer
Kristen co-heads the litigation department at the firm with over ten years of litigation experience representing representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal-injury, consumer, and business litigation suits.
South Texas College of Law, JD, 1999, Magna Cum Laude
Member, Law Review
The University of Texas at Austin, BA, 1996
- CLE Presenter at Texas Bar CLE, Third Annual Law Practice Management Course, November 5, 2009
-Featured Speaker of Changing Practice For Changing Time Series for Houston Bar Association, October 15, 2009
-CLE Speaker for Texas Bar Law Practice Management Section, Webcasts April 23, 2009 and February 19, 2009;
-CLE Presenter for Law Practice Management Section, Houston Bar Association, January 15, 2009, February 2010
Julie Pi Evans' represents clients across the great state of Texas.
Julie was born in Austin and raised in San Antonio. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 1997, she worked on Texas Supreme Court Justice Craig Enoch’s reelection campaign. Julie then decided to attend Rutgers University School of Law-Camden, where she was on the Dean’s List and served as Social Director of the Student Bar Association. After graduating and being admitted to the Texas Bar in 2002, she was selected for a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Arthur N. D’Italia, Presiding Judge, Civil Division of Hudson County, New Jersey.