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Burt C. Harrison


Burt C. Harrison was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio where he obtained a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. He attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas. During his first year of law school, Mr. Harrison was selected to be a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal honors fraternity, Elliot Inn. During his third year, Mr. Harrison provided research and editing help to Professor James P. George for an article he published in the University of Texas School annual Review of Litigation entitled False Conflicts and Faulty Analyses: Judicial Misuse of Governmental Interests in the Second Restatement of Conflict of Laws.

Mr. Harrison also worked as a student law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office in its Civil Division, primarily conducting research on claims filed against various federal agencies filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act. After graduating from law school, Mr. Harrison spent five years working for various South Texas law firms that specialized in commercial trucking, business litigation and construction defect litigation. Prior to joining the Griffith Law Group, Mr. Harrison had been working in the oil and gas and energy sector as a petroleum landman and oil and gas title attorney. Burt is married to Eliza I. Harrison and they have three boys: Caleb Harrison (12), Luke Harrison (10), and Jude Harrison (6).

Born: August 1974 in San Antonio, Texas.


  • The University of Texas – San Antonio, B.B.A. Business Management, 1999.
  • Texas Wesleyan School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas, J.D., 2004.


  • State Bar of Texas
  • Construction Law Section, State Bar of Texas
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas

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