After receiving his degree in accounting from Texas Christian University, Todd Ver Weire graduated with his Juris Doctorate from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond Law School in 1992, and then went on to receive his Masters of Law (LL.M.) from the University of Arkansas School of Law at Fayetteville.
Todd started practicing law in Arkansas in 1993, and is also licensed in Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Arizona. During his career, Todd has represented individuals and businesses as both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of litigation matters, including personal injury, gender discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, shareholder disputes, consumer issues, and class action matters. While most of these matters were resolved without the need for a trial through either direct settlement negotiations or mediation, Todd has served as lead trial counsel, or second-chair in a number of jury trials.
Todd focuses his practice on handling a variety of matters for individuals and businesses, whether as a mediator helping two sides reach an agreement, or as a litigator fighting for his client.
To help stay abreast of these changes, Todd spends time every year attending seminars, reviewing the latest legal publications focused on criminal defense work, along with participating in industry-focused organizations such as the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Williamson County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Williamson County Inns of Court, and the Christian Legal Society.