Mr. Turner is a shareholder in the Dallas office of Ogletree Deakins, a national firm whose focus is the representation of management in all aspects of labor and employment matters. Mr. Turner received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Baylor University, qualifying for departmental honors. Mr. Turner received his law degree from the William H. Bowen School of Law of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He graduated with honors and was a member of the UALR Law Journal, serving as an editor during his second year.
Following law school, Mr. Turner joined the Little Rock office of the Friday, Eldredge & Clark law firm, where he became a partner in the firm’s Labor, Employment and Health law section. In 1998, Mr. Turner became a shareholder in the McFall Law Firm, which merged with Ogletree Deakins effective January 1, 2000 to become the firm’s Dallas office. In May 2002, Mr. Turner left Ogletree Deakins and practiced as a principal in the Dallas litigation boutique Fisher, Holmes and Turner, P.C. There he continued his employment practice, and expanded his practice to include commercial and probate litigation. Mr. Turner has been recognized by his peers as a Texas “Super Lawyer” in the field of labor employment law. Mr. Turner is AV rated by Martindale-Hubble, which is the highest rating conferred by the publisher for legal ability and ethical conduct.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Andrew T. Turner