During law school, Lance Christopher Kassab served as Editor-in-Chief of the law review and had the distinction of interning for the Texas Supreme Court and the First Court of Appeals. After graduating from law school with honors, Mr. Kassab served as briefing lawyer for the First Court of Appeals. The First Court of Appeals has jurisdiction to review cases from the state district courts from 14 counties in and around Harris County.
At the First Court of Appeals, Mr. Kassab reviewed appeals and prepared draft and final opinions with the justices assigned to the cases. These cases encompassed every aspect of Texas law including legal malpractice. Mr. Kassab had the opportunity to review trial court error, as well as errors made by lawyers handling cases at the trial court level.
Subsequently, Mr. Kassab left the Court of Appeals to enter private practice in Houston, Texas, where he concentrates solely on plaintiffs’ legal malpractice cases. He is a member of the:
Mr. Kassab has spoken at a number of legal seminars and writes articles involving various aspects of legal malpractice and legal ethics. Though not every case is a multi-million dollar legal malpractice case, Mr. Kassab has handled many multi-million dollar cases and maintains a consistent record of success. Please see the sampling of cases, and firms we have successfully litigated against, for further reference.