Curtis E. Clinesmith

Attorney at The Clinesmith Firm

1417 E. McKinney Suite 220, Denton, Texas, United States
The Clinesmith Firm
HQ Phone:
(940) 243-5738
Wrong Curtis Clinesmith?

Last Updated 12/5/2016

General Information

Employment History

Attorney  - Clinesmith Wooten Smith LLP


Texas Tech University

Bachelor's degree  - Education , The University of North Texas

Masters  - History , University of North Texas

law degree  - St. Mary's University


Board Member  - Texas Trial Lawyers Association

Member  - Association of Trial Lawyers of America

Member  - Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Board Member  - University of North Texas Alumni Association

Board Member  - North Texas Exes

Member of the Board of Advocates  - Southern Methodist University

Web References  

Top 100 Trial Lawyers Directory | The National Trial Lawyers

Curtis Clinesmith
Clinesmith Law Firm 325 N Saint Paul St Ste 2050 Dallas, TX 75201-3801 (972) 677-7764

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Clinesmith & Lynch

Karl F. Lynch joined Curtis E. Clinesmith to form Clinesmith & Lynch, L.L.P. in 1999.

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Clinesmith & Lynch

Mr. ClinesmithClinesmith & LynchCandidate 13th Congressional District of Texas   Curtis Clinesmith is a native of Post, Texas.After graduation from high school, Curtis continued his education at Texas Tech University.He eventually transferred to The University of North Texas where he received his Bachelor's degree in Education.While attending night school, Curtis pursed a Master's degree in History that was also awarded by North Texas.Curtis finished his final education with a Juris Doctor from St. Mary's University School of Law.Currently, Curtis and his wife Penny reside in Denton where Curtis practices law and Penny is a public school teacher. Curtis has taken an active role in his community.Currently, he is the President of the Board of Directors for an organization called Communities in Schools.This group takes an active role in identifying at risk students, and provides them with needed counseling to ensure they become productive citizens.He also is a member of the advisory board for Big Brothers/Big Sisters and serves on the Board of Directors for the University of North Texas Alumni Association. The Clinesmith campaign began in late August when Curtis announced the formation of an exploratory committee to test the viability of a campaign against Mac Thomberry in the Thirteenth Congressional District of Texas.Curtis formally announced his candidacy in November of the past year. Over the course of the last eight months, the Clinesmith campaign has gained momentum.During the last reporting period, Curtis was one of only seven candidates nationwide that raised more money than the incumbent was.Roll Call magazine identified Curtis as a "sleeper" for the 2000 election cycle.Ed Martin, a consultant for the Texas Democratic Party, was quoted in the article as saying, "I think Curtis has surprised a lot of people with his fundraising ability and the energy he has brought to the race ... Curtis is the type of candidate that people are keeping an eye on."

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