Banking; Corporate Law; Administrative Law; Commercial Litigation; Bankruptcy; Oil and Gas
Hunter is an associate at Hill Gilstrap, P.C. After graduating from Fort Worth Country Day, he attended the University of South Carolina in Columbia. During college, he worked in law firms where he developed a desire to become an attorney. After graduating from USC, he attended the Texas Tech School of Law and enrolled in the joint J.D./M.B.A. program. He has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 2015.
Outside of work Hunter enjoys golf, the outdoors, traveling, and supporting the South Carolina Gamecocks, Texas Tech Red Raiders, and all DFW professional sports teams.
State Bar of Texas (2015)
University of South Carolina, B.S.B.A., cum laude (Business Economics and Finance), 2012
Texas Tech University, J.D./M.B.A., 2015
Editor, The Texas Bank Lawyer (2013-2015)
Comment Editor, Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal (2014-2015)
“Top Grade Award,” Federal Courts (2015)
The Conflict Between Ridesharing Companies and Municipal Governments: Are the Companies an Innovative Business Model or a Threat to Public Safety? Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal (Online), 2014