ENOCH KEVER PLLC welcomes Craig Bennett
Enoch Kever PLLC, an Austin-based law firm with a widely recognized regulatory expertise has named Craig Bennett as senior counsel focusing on regulatory litigation, regulatory compliance, and employment law for clients. Bennett, with almost 25 years of legal experience, brings a particular expertise working with utilities, most recently serving as an administrative law judge for 19 years with the State Office of Administrative Hearings. Bennett also teaches administrative law at The University of Texas Law School and will continue in this role.
“Craig’s years of experience as a highly respected judge and before that providing legal counsel are a great asset for our clients,” said Andy Kever, managing member of Enoch Kever. “His reputation is impeccable and his work as a law professor is a bonus because he keeps his ‘finger on the pulse’ of the latest trends in litigation.”
“I am looking forward to working with great clients and providing them with valuable counsel,” said Bennett. “I have enjoyed my time serving as a judge, and that knowledge will transfer well to serve clients.” Bennett added, “I was attracted to the reputation of Enoch Kever, the integrity and exceptional abilities of the people. First and foremost, I am excited to work with such great people.”
Prior to his work as an administrative law judge, Bennett worked with several recognized law firms in Austin and Dallas, Texas. He received his law degree from Baylor University School of Law, in Waco, Texas, and his undergraduate degree in Business from Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. Bennett is also a trained mediator and frequent guest lecturer. (To see more about Craig, click here.)