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Garrett Greene defends product manufacturers in cases involving complex medical, scientific, epidemiological, engineering and regulatory issues. Having had experience both as an appellate advocate and in the courtroom, Garrett is uniquely suited to address client needs at all phases of litigation. 

An adept writer, Garrett authors and contributes to motions at all stages of litigation, including motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, Daubert motions and various other discovery and non-dispositive motions. He routinely works cases up for trial, including providing discovery analysis and defending depositions. 

Garrett has extensive experience practicing in federal and state courts–litigating complex Habeas Corpus cases in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, U.S. District Courts, the Fifth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Garrett was an Assistant Attorney General with the Texas Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Appeals Division, where he defended state felony convictions and sentences against constitutional challenges in federal and state court. Aside from having significant brief-writing and oral argument exposure, Garrett represented the state in several evidentiary hearings—taking witnesses on direct and cross-examination.

Garrett loves sports, in particular college and professional football, and is a big supporter of UTSA Roadrunner football. He and his wife, MiMi, enjoy exploring the Texas Hill Country with their Australian Labradoodle, Daisy and Golden Retriever, Lulu.

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2017

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas


  • St. Mary's School of Law, J.D., 2017

    Dean’s List

    St. Mary’s Law Journal Staff Writer Excellence Award 

    State of Texas Pro Bono College Award

    Double Octa Finalist 1L Moot Court Competition

    Burton Awards Nominee for Distinguished Legal Writing

    Comment Editor, Editorial Board, St. Mary’s Law Journal

    Staff Writer, St. Mary’s Law Journal

    William S. Sessions American Inn of Court

    Phi Delta Phi

  • The University of Texas at San Antonio, B.A., 2014

    Major: Political Science

    Minor: English Literature

    Student Government Association

Professional Associations

    • Defense Research Institute
      —Young Lawyer Committee, Publications Subcommittee
      —Center for Law and Public Policy, Artificial Intelligence Working Group
      —Appellate Advocacy Committee
      —Drug and Medical Device Committee 
      —Product Liability Committee 
    • Austin Bar Association
    • State Bar of Texas
      —Appellate Section

Recent News, Events and Blogs


  • When Fantasy Becomes Reality: Attempts to Regulate the Highly Unregulated Daily Fantasy Sports Industry, 47 St. Mary’s L.J. 821 (2016)