Stephen Casey is President and Senior Counsel at Casey Law Office, P.C. After high school, Stephen entered the United States Navy, and while there supervised operation of nuclear reactors in the United States Navy for eight years, holding several leadership and supervisory positions in what is regularly acknowledged as one of the most academically rigorous program in the United States military. In 1999, Stephen finished his naval service and attended LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas, where he double-majored in Biblical Studies and History-Political Science, graduating with a 4.0 GPA. He continued his education at Regent University School of Divinity, earning a pre-doctoral Master of Arts in Biblical Interpretation. Subsequently, Stephen attended Regent University School of Law, where he was selected based on his writing skills to serve as an editor for Regent's Law Review. Stephen also was active with the Federalist Society, and participated in moot courts.
Both during and after law school Stephen clerked with several firms and was selected in 2008 to clerk with the Texas Supreme Court in the chambers of former Justice Scott Brister. Following his time on the Court, Stephen decided to open his own law practice so he could tailor cases to client's individual needs. Stephen is also an Allied Attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom, a Blackstone Fellow, and serves as Co-Founder and Chief Counsel for the Texas Center for Defense of Life. Stephen also continues to serve in the Federalist Society.
Stephen lives in Round Rock with his wife and five children, where they are active in the community. He and his family attend Austin Vineyard Church, and he remains activing in local, state, and national political issues.
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Religious Liberties Practice Group Podcast
September 22, 2016