Managing Partner at The Carlson Law Firm: Craig Carlson
Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 14-Feb-2012
A successful law firm helping Texans statewide may seem as though it came effortlessly to Craig Carlson, Managing Partner for The Carlson Law Firm, but the growth, reach and achievements have stemmed from Carlson’s hard work and relentless efforts to provide clients a voice, no matter how difficult their circumstances.
As a graduate, with a Bachelor of Applied Studies, from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Carlson went on to receive a Juris Doctor degree from the same University before becoming a becoming a Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer in the U.S. Army.
His successful career with the U.S. Army set precedence for his management and ownership of The Carlson Law Firm, headquartered in Killeen, Texas within a military community where Carlson has used his JAG expertise to help thousands of soldiers and their family members with a wide variety of legal services.
Established in 1976, The Carlson Law Firm has since branched across the state of Texas, serving injured and struggling clients in Austin, Round Rock, San Antonio, Laredo, Waco, Temple and Bryan-College Station.
Despite the wide reach of The Carlson Law Firm and its Managing Partner, the firm continues to serve clients with the same patron-focused service that has been their standard, ensuring that every client receives signature customer service.
Although Carlson has accomplished so much in his career, his plans for the successful law firm show no sign of slowing as he works diligently to provide the same advocacy that draws clients to his business.
As a member of; Texas Trial Lawyer’s Association, American Association for Justice, American Bar Association, Bell County Bar Association, Fort Hood Bar Association, Association of Plaintiff’s Interstate Trucking Lawyers and the Christian Legal Society, Carlson stays active within the legal community and continues to regard the experience and knowledge of his peers. He is also an active member in his local community through membership in the Rotary Club of Killeen Heights where he served as President from 2001-2002, membership in the Association of the United States Army and as a past President of the Greater Fort Hood Area United Way. Additionally, Craig Carlson was recently named to the Texas A&M University – Central Texas Foundation Board of Directors.
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