Jeremy M. Masten
Jeremy Masten practices primarily in the area of business litigation. He was raised in Waco, Texas. In college, he participated on the undergraduate moot court team and served as a professor’s assistant in the political science department. During law school, he served as Practice Court assistant to Prof. James E. Wren and clerked for the Texas Attorney General and the United States Department of Justice.
He began his legal career in Baltimore, Maryland, with the Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos. He was on the trial team that secured a $1.5 billion jury verdict for a group of homeowners whose drinking water wells had been contaminated by a major gasoline spill from a nearby service station. In 2011, he returned to Texas and began representing homeowners in disputes with their insurance companies.
- Baylor University School of Law – JD, 2009
- Howard Payne University – BA, Political Science, summa cum laude, 2005
Honors and Awards
- Executive Editor, Baylor Law Review
- Student Comment, “Dont Feed the Animals: Queso’s Law and How the Texas Legislature Abandoned Stray Animals, A Comment on H.B. 2328 and the New Tax. Penal Code § 42.092,” published in the Fall 2008 issue of the Baylor Law Review
- Order of the Barristers
- Recipient of merit scholarship all three years of law school
- 2005 Outstanding Graduate of Douglas A. MacArthur Academy of Freedom, Howard Payne University
- Hatton W. Sumners Foundation Scholar