Civil litigation and Family LawLaw Offices of Gregory P. Gorman is a Dallas based law firm that primarily practices in the areas of civil litigation and family law. We have developed this web site with two over-riding considerations: providing potential customers additional information about our firm and providing lawyers internet reference materials relevant to their day-to-day practice.
Gregory P. Gorman was born in 1964 and received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 1986, with majors in Accounting, Finance, and Business Analysis. Upon graduation, Mr. Gorman worked at a Big-Six accounting firm and a large commercial bank before entering Southern Methodist University’s School of Law in the Fall of 1990. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Gorman served a one-year judicial clerkship for Judge Ed Kinkeade in the Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas at Dallas. Upon completing his clerkship, Mr. Gorman took a position at the Dallas law firm Pezzulli & Associates. In the spring of 1995, Mr. Gorman opened his own law firm. Mr. Gorman is a licensed attorney in the State of Texas and as of this date, is not board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Gorman is a member of the Texas Bar Association, American Bar Assoication, and American Trial Lawyers Assoication.
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Claudia M. Gorman was born in 1966 and received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 1988, with a major in Applied Mathematics. Upon graduation, Ms. Gorman worked at Towers-Perrin, an international actuarial and compensation consulting firm, until the fall of 1994 when she left her job as a consultant to work as a full-time mother. Ms. Gorman is a Certified Compensation Professional and currently works part-time as a Paralegal at our Firm.
- Principal Office
- Law Offices of Gregory P. Gorman
- 1349 Empire Central Dr., Suite 600
- Dallas, Texas 75247-4042
- (214) 905-3739
- (214) 905-3799
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