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BRIAN (MAX) TRINIDAD
Associate
Phone: (713) 789-6864 | 
Fax: (713) 789-9318 | 
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“I believe in the power of education and in equitable opportunity for students, and these beliefs drive my work for our clients, ensuring every student reaches their full potential.”
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StudentsGovernanceEmployment

Election Law

EDUCATION

University of Houston Law Center (2017)

University of Texas-Austin (2011)

 

licensing & court admissions

Licensed in the State of Texas

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National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys
Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys

State Bar of Texas, School Law Section

Max is passionate about public service, access to education, civil rights, and equal opportunity. Before joining Walsh Gallegos, Max worked as a Staff Attorney at Lone Star Legal Aid in Houston where he assisted clients affected by Hurricane Harvey. After legal aid, Max worked as Assistant Compliance Officer in the University of Houston’s Office of Compliance & Ethics. In this role, he served as Director of Policy Management, where he managed the system’s policy development process, including analyzing, drafting, reviewing, and editing policies for the university to ensure legal and regulatory compliance.

 

Max earned his legal degree from the University of Houston Law Center and his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. While in law school, Max was a judicial intern for the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, and received a public interest fellowship to intern in the Financial Services Reform Initiative at Texas Appleseed in Austin, Texas. Max then served as a legal extern at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s office in Houston, and was also a law clerk both at the Office of the Chair at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington, D.C., and at an employee rights law firm in New York City. Max also was a law clerk at the Texas Civil Rights Project in Houston, and interned in the Texas Senate during the 2017 legislative session.

For further information about the law firm: contact Diana Stangl at 512-454-6864 at the firm's principal office in Austin, Texas