Brennan Clay is a native of Dallas, Texas and is a proud graduate of Cistercian Preparatory School where he played football and baseball. He attended Wake Forest University where he majored in Economics and English, graduating Cum Laude with honors in 2014. During college, Brennan worked for several different attorneys in the Dallas area, which gave him extensive knowledge of different areas of law.
Brennan attended the University of Oklahoma for law school, graduating in 2017 in the top quarter of his class. In law school, Brennan knew he wanted to be a trial lawyer working on behalf of individuals and their families, and was an active member of both OU’s National Trial Competition and American Association of Justice mock trial teams while working for a respected Oklahoma attorney specializing in complex issues of insurance law.
After law school, Brennan returned home to Dallas and practiced personal injury law and civil litigation with another Dallas firm. During his time as an attorney, Brennan has represented hundreds of people across Texas who have been injured or killed by the negligence of others. He has first chaired jury trials in Dallas, Tarrant, and Harris Counties, and has attained favorable outcomes for his clients. Brennan is a member of both the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and believes deeply in the individual’s right to a trial before a jury of his or her peers. He is a passionate advocate for his clients, and fights diligently on their behalf. He joined Witherite Law Group in December 2019, and is excited to be a part of the firm’s culture of providing expert legal advice and building personal relationships with his clients.
In his spare time, Brennan enjoys college football, live music, hunting, and being outdoors.
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