Exciting news! Anthony Bruster joins Baylor Law School as Practice Court Professor.

Exciting news! Anthony Bruster joins Baylor Law School as Practice Court Professor.


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John Hull


Bar Admissions:Texas, Oklahoma and ArkansasEastern, Northern and Western Districts of TexasWestern District of Oklahoma
Education:Texas A&M University, B.S., 1998Baylor Law School, J.D., 2005
Honors & Memberships:Law clerk to the Honorable William M. Steger, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, 2005-2006Member, East Texas Trial Lawyers AssociationMember, Honorable T. John Ward American Inn of CourtMember, Gregg County Bar Association


Although John has represented clients all over the country—including Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Utah—he has called East Texas home since graduating from law school in 2005. In addition to representing countless clients in large class action cases, he represented the states of Alaska, Montana and Utah in pharmaceutical litigation and thousands of clients seriously injured as a result of exposure to asbestos and silica. During his career, John has been actively involved in numerous personal injury cases resulting in record-setting settlements and verdicts. He has tried cases to verdict in both Texas and New Mexico. Drawing on his extensive experience in toxic exposure litigation, John currently represents individuals injured through exposure to glyphosate in Monsanto’s Roundup products and to talc in Johnson & Johnson’s powders. His current practice also involves representation of those suffering from smoking related illnesses as well as victims of sexual abuse, among others.

Outside the office, John enjoys spending time with his wife, Amy, and two sons, Reagan and Ryan. He and his family reside in Longview where they are active members of Mobberly Baptist Church. John can often be found pounding the pavement with his running group, sitting on a porch at Lake Cherokee, or cheering on his beloved Aggies at Kyle Field.

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