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Ryan D. Clinton

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Fix Austin

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Fix Austin

P.O. Box 49365

Austin, Texas,78765

United States

Company Description

FixAustin.org is a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to ending the killing of lost and homeless pets at Austin's municipal animal shelter through the use of empirically proven, cost-effective methods that have already ended shelter killing in other... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Texas Appellate Attorney (Shareholder)

Gerald & Cremer P.C


Assistant Solicitor General

Texas Attorney General's Office


Appellate Associate

Vinson & Elkins LLP


Appellate Attorney

Hankinson LLP


Affiliations

Austin Pets Alive!

Volunteer Legal Counsel


Philanthropedia

Board Member


CENTRALTEXASANIMALALLIANCE.ORG

Board Member


Liv

Member, Fund Development Committee


No Kill Humane Society

Founder


Education

Juris Doctorate

University of Virginia School of Law


undergraduate degree

Duke University


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www.americanpetsalive.org

Ryan Clinton
Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton Attorney and Founder of FixAustin.org Ryan Clinton is a Texas appellate attorney, a shareholder at the law firm Davis, Gerald & Cremer PC, and a former Texas Assistant Solicitor General. In 2005, Ryan founded FixAustin. org, an animal-advocacy organization aimed at making Austin a "No Kill" community. Ryan has been repeatedly named a Texas "Super Lawyer" in Texas Monthly magazine and, when he qualified, was named one of the top 25 attorneys in Texas under the age of 40 by Texas Lawyer. He was also a 2009 recipient of the No Kill Advocacy Center's Henry Bergh Leadership Award. He is a frequent speaker on animal law and advocacy throughout the country. Opening Talk: How Austin Did It, with Dr. Ellen Jefferson and Ryan Clinton


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DALLAS - A national animal welfare organization is honoring Texas attorney Ryan Clinton of Hankinson Levinger for his work in promoting the philosophy of no-kill animal sheltering in Austin, Texas, and surrounding communities.
The Oakland, Calif.-based No Kill Advocacy Center, a group dedicated to ending the practice of euthanizing animals at shelters nationwide, has conferred its Henry Bergh Leadership Award on Mr. Clinton and five other individuals at animal welfare organizations across the country. The award is named for the 19th century animal advocate who founded the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. In honoring Mr. Clinton, the center recognized his efforts in getting a no-kill item on the Austin City Council agenda. As a result of his work, the elected officials voted unanimously to direct the city manager to formulate a plan for Austin to implement no-kill policies and procedures. "This is a tremendous honor, especially when you consider the other people that were named and the outstanding work they have done," Clinton says. "My hope is that this award will help inspire animal lovers all over the country to demand the enactment of life-saving policies and programs at their community animal shelters." Mr. Clinton is the founder of FixAustin.org, a grass-roots, non-profit organization dedicated to ending the killing of lost and homeless pets in Austin. The group has served as a national model for other such efforts in California, Florida, Oregon and North Carolina. Mr. Clinton also serves as volunteer legal counsel for Austin Pets Alive, a non-profit pet adoption group responsible for saving 2,500 lost and homeless pets from the city's shelter in less than two years. Prior to joining Hankinson Levinger, where he provides appellate services to a wide range of business clients, Mr. Clinton served six years as an Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Texas. He has successfully argued cases in state and federal appellate courts, including four arguments before the Supreme Court of Texas. He also has been named as one of the top young lawyers in Texas five different times in the Texas Rising Stars list published in Texas Monthly magazine. For more information on Ryan Clinton and the Henry Bergh Leadership Award, please contact Mark Annick at 800-559-4534 or mark@androvett.com. Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton


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Attorney: Ryan Clinton
Courts: Texas Intermediate Appellate Courts Hankinson LLP's Ryan Clinton led the appellate efforts and presented oral argument on behalf of Defendants/Appellants Chesapeake Exploration, L.L.C. and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. After briefing and argument, the court of appeals reversed and rendered judgment that the investors take nothing from Chesapeake and Anadarko. The court held that the investors did not own the executive interest upon which they based their claims, but instead that a non-party to the dispute had previously purchased the disputed executive rights. Chesapeake Exploration L.L.C. v. BNW Property Co., No. 08-11-00239-CV, 2012 WL 5987573 (Tex. App.-El Paso Nov. 30, 2012, no pet. h.); Anadarko Petroleum Corp. v. BNW Property Co., No. 08-11-00238-CV, 2012 WL 5987570 (Tex. App.-El Paso Nov. 30, 2012, no pet. h.). Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Texas Intermediate Appellate Courts Subject Matter: Oil & Gas/Real Estate To inquire about the firm's governmental law practice, please contact Deborah Hankinson, Rick Thompson, or Ryan Clinton at 214-754-9190. Austin Appellate Lawyer Ryan Clinton Named to 2012 Texas Rising Stars List DALLAS - The appellate law work of Hankinson LLP attorney Ryan Clinton has landed him on the 2012 Texas Rising Stars list, which highlights Texas' brightest young legal minds. This marks the eighth time Mr. Clinton has earned selection to the Texas Rising Stars list.... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton DALLAS - The appellate law work of Hankinson LLP attorney Ryan Clinton has landed him on the 2012 Texas Rising Stars list, which highlights Texas' brightest young legal minds. This marks the eighth time Mr. Clinton has earned selection to the Texas Rising Stars list. The 2012 edition appears in the April issue of Texas Monthly and Texas Rising Stars magazines. No more than 2.5 percent of all Texas attorneys are named to the list, which identifies the state's up-and-coming lawyers through a peer-nomination process. "We're glad the publishers at Texas Rising Stars think as highly of Ryan as we do," says Rick Thompson, managing partner for Dallas-based Hankinson LLP. Mr. Clinton's accolades and accomplishments are numerous. He has successfully delivered well over a dozen oral arguments in Texas appellate courts, including four in the Texas Supreme Court. As a former state assistant solicitor general, Mr. Clinton has earned a reputation for effectively handling impactful and high-profile cases. Beyond his legal track record, Mr. Clinton is a strong advocate for animal welfare, receiving the Oakland, Calif.-based No Kill Advocacy Center's Henry Bergh Leadership Award in 2009 based on his work to reform animal shelters locally and nationally. Mr. Clinton's written commentaries have been published in newspapers across the country, and his work on behalf of companion animals has received national and international coverage. Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Deborah Hankinson, Ryan Clinton Hankinson Levinger attorneys Deborah Hankinson, Ryan Clinton, and Carl Cecere represented the defendants on appeal. Attorney: Deborah Hankinson, Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton


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Attorney: Ryan Clinton
Courts: Texas Intermediate Appellate Courts Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Texas Intermediate Appellate Courts Subject Matter: Oil & Gas/Real Estate AUSTIN, Texas - Appellate attorney Ryan Clinton of Austin, Texas, recently spoke at the University of Washington School of Law's 2013 Annual Animal Law Conference, telling attendees that the public needs to change the way it views the animal-sheltering process. "The conventional wisdom that drives... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton AUSTIN, Texas - Appellate attorney Ryan Clinton of Austin, Texas, recently spoke at the University of Washington School of Law's 2013 Annual Animal Law Conference, telling attendees that the public needs to change the way it views the animal-sheltering process. "The conventional wisdom that drives traditional animal-sheltering policy is both wrong and deadly, leading to the unnecessary killing of impounded dogs and cats in shelters across the country," Mr. Clinton told the crowd. "That needs to change." Mr. Clinton delivered his presentation, "Down is Up and Up is Down," during the May 10 event held on the University of Washington campus. A former Texas Assistant Solicitor General who was recently named among the top 25 lawyers in the State of Texas under 40 by the Texas Lawyer newspaper, Mr. Clinton practices complex civil-appellate litigation with the Texas boutique Hankinson LLP. "Conventional wisdom says there is no point in allowing kittens to live, no point in treating puppies with illnesses, and no point in giving a chance to frightened dogs because of the demonstrably incorrect, but fundamental belief that there are more impounded animals than there are Americans looking for pets each year," explains Mr. Clinton. "Our job, as animal lovers, is to demand that animal shelters actively compete in the marketplace for new pets. When they do, pets leave alive." In 2005, Mr. Clinton founded FixAustin.org to seek reforms at the City of Austin's municipal animal shelter. Six years later, the Austin shelter became the largest open-admission shelter in America to save more than 90 percent of all impounded animals. Mr. Clinton is a frequent national speaker on animal-welfare policy and was named one of the top six animal-welfare leaders in America by the California-based No Kill Advocacy Center in 2009. He has also nine times been listed among the top Texas appellate lawyers under 40 by Texas Rising Stars, and in 2010 was a finalist for Austin Under 40's young professional of the year award. Attorney: Ryan Clinton Hankinson LLP Attorneys Ryan Clinton, Carl Cecere Named Among Top Young Lawyers in Texas DALLAS - The Dallas-based appellate law boutique Hankinson LLP is proud to announce that firm attorneys Ryan Clinton and Carl Cecere have earned selections to the 2013 Texas Rising Stars listing. Additionally, Mr. Clinton is featured in a profile article appearing in the April issue... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton DALLAS - The Dallas-based appellate law boutique Hankinson LLP is proud to announce that firm attorneys Ryan Clinton and Carl Cecere have earned selections to the 2013 Texas Rising Stars listing. Additionally, Mr. Clinton is featured in a profile article appearing in the April issue of TexasRising Stars magazine that focuses on his extensive experience in appellate law and how that work complements his personal mission of protecting animal welfare in Austin, Texas, and surrounding communities. This is the ninth selection to the Texas Rising Stars list for Mr. Clinton and the first for Mr. Cecere. "We are extremely pleased that Ryan and Carl both have been selected among the best young appellate attorneys in the state," says Rick Thompson, managing partner of Hankinson LLP. Mr. Clinton is a former Texas Assistant Solicitor General who has successfully handled seven cases in the Texas Supreme Court as lead counsel and has presented more than 20 appellate oral arguments, four in the Texas Supreme Court alone. Over the last few years, Mr. Clinton has developed a niche practice handling appeals in groundbreaking oil-and-gas litigation including a gas-royalties dispute that will define Texas royalty obligations for generations to come. He has represented clients before the Texas Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit, the majority of Texas intermediate appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, he earned his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Attorney: Ryan Clinton Appellate Attorney Ryan Clinton Named Among Top 25 Texas Lawyers Under 40 DALLAS - Austin, Texas, appellate attorney Ryan Clinton of the Dallas-based appellate boutique Hankinson LLP has been selected by Texas Lawyer newspaper as one of the top 25 most promising attorneys in Texas under the age of 40. The full listing of the newspaper's Legal... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton DALLAS - Austin, Texas, appellate attorney Ryan Clinton of the Dallas-based appellate boutique Hankinson LLP has been selected by Texas Lawyer newspaper as one of the top 25 most promising attorneys in Texas under the age of 40. "I have no doubt that Ryan is one of the best lawyers in Texas, and I'm glad to see that Texas Lawyer has recognized his impressive work." A former Texas Assistant Solicitor General, Mr. Clinton has successfully handled seven cases in the Supreme Court of Texas as lead counsel and has already presented more than 20 appellate oral arguments, four in the Texas Supreme Court alone. Over the last few years, Mr. Clinton has developed a niche practice handling appeals in groundbreaking oil-and-gas litigation including a gas royalties dispute that will define Texas royalty obligations for generations to come. He has represented clients before the Supreme Court of Texas, the Fifth Circuit, the majority of Texas intermediate appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Earlier this year, Mr. Clinton earned his ninth selection to the Texas Rising Stars list published in Texas Monthly, which similarly recognizes the top lawyers in Texas under 40. He was also a finalist for Austin Under 40's young professional of the year award in 2010. He is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and a graduate of Duke University and the University of Virginia School of Law. Outside of work, Mr. Clinton is a nationally recognized and acclaimed charitable leader. In 2005, he founded a non-profit organization aimed at ending the unnecessary euthanasia of sheltered animals in Austin, and in 2011, Austin became the largest city in the nation to achieve "No Kill" status at its municipal pound. Mr. Clinton is a frequent national speaker regarding animal welfare policy. In 2009, he was named one of the top six animal welfare leaders in America by the California-based No Kill Advocacy Center. Attorney: Ryan Clinton DALLAS - The Dallas-based appellate law boutique Hankinson LLP is proudly announcing that firm attorneys Ryan Clinton and Brett Kutnick have become Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Attorney: Brett Kutnick, Ryan Clinton DALLAS - The Dallas-based appellate law boutique Hankinson LLP is proudly announcing that firm attorneys Ryan Clinton and Brett Kutnick have become Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. "That makes Ryan and Brett part of a very select group and we're extremely proud of their accomplishment." To earn board certification, Mr. Clinton and Mr. Kutnick were approved to take a six-hour written exam based on a demonstration of their unique appellate experience, passed the exam, and were screened by an extensive peer-review process. Mr. Clinton is a rising star in the Texas appellate world and a former Texas Assistant Solicitor General. He has successfully handled seven cases in the Texas Supreme Court as lead counsel and has already presented more than 20 appellate oral arguments-four in the Texas Supreme Court alone. Over the last few years, Mr. Clinton has developed a niche practice handling appeals in groundbreaking oil-and-gas litigation including a gas-royalties dispute that will define Texas royalty obligations for generations to come. He has represented clients before the Texas Supreme Court, the 5th Circuit, the majority of Texas intermediate appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Attorney: Brett Kutnick,


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DALLAS - A national animal welfare organization is honoring Texas attorney Ryan Clinton of Hankinson Levinger for his work in promoting the philosophy of no-kill animal sheltering in Austin, Texas, and surrounding communities.
The Oakland, Calif.-based No Kill Advocacy Center, a group dedicated to ending... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton DALLAS - A national animal welfare organization is honoring Texas attorney Ryan Clinton of Hankinson Levinger for his work in promoting the philosophy of no-kill animal sheltering in Austin, Texas, and surrounding communities. The Oakland, Calif.-based No Kill Advocacy Center, a group dedicated to ending the practice of euthanizing animals at shelters nationwide, has conferred its Henry Bergh Leadership Award on Mr. Clinton and five other individuals at animal welfare organizations across the country. The award is named for the 19th century animal advocate who founded the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. In honoring Mr. Clinton, the center recognized his efforts in getting a no-kill item on the Austin City Council agenda. As a result of his work, the elected officials voted unanimously to direct the city manager to formulate a plan for Austin to implement no-kill policies and procedures. "This is a tremendous honor, especially when you consider the other people that were named and the outstanding work they have done," Clinton says. "My hope is that this award will help inspire animal lovers all over the country to demand the enactment of life-saving policies and programs at their community animal shelters." Mr. Clinton is the founder of FixAustin.org, a grass-roots, non-profit organization dedicated to ending the killing of lost and homeless pets in Austin. The group has served as a national model for other such efforts in California, Florida, Oregon and North Carolina. Mr. Clinton also serves as volunteer legal counsel for Austin Pets Alive, a non-profit pet adoption group responsible for saving 2,500 lost and homeless pets from the city's shelter in less than two years. Prior to joining Hankinson Levinger, where he provides appellate services to a wide range of business clients, Mr. Clinton served six years as an Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Texas. He has successfully argued cases in state and federal appellate courts, including four arguments before the Supreme Court of Texas. He also has been named as one of the top young lawyers in Texas five different times in the Texas Rising Stars list published in Texas Monthly magazine. For more information on Ryan Clinton and the Henry Bergh Leadership Award, please contact Mark Annick at 800-559-4534 or mark@androvett.com. Attorney: Ryan Clinton On Wednesday, September 8, 2009, Hankinson Levinger's Ryan Clinton delivered a presentation on crafting petitions for review at the State Bar Advanced Civil Appellate Course in Austin, Texas. Clinton has been successful in convincing the Texas Supreme Court to grant review of more than half... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Supreme Court of Texas On Wednesday, September 8, 2009, Hankinson Levinger's Ryan Clinton delivered a presentation on crafting petitions for review at the State Bar Advanced Civil Appellate Course in Austin, Texas. Clinton has been successful in convincing the Texas Supreme Court to grant review of more than half a dozen cases, and he shared his insights into the petition-for-review process with the attending appellate practitioners. Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Supreme Court of Texas Subject Matter: Procedural & Evidentiary Issues Attorney: Ryan Clinton The State, represented by Ryan Clinton, appealed to the Texas Supreme Court, arguing that the substantive elements of the Whistleblower Act limited the jurisdiction of Texas courts, and that the plaintiff's claim fell outside the Act's waiver of immunity from suit and liability. After briefing and oral argument, the Texas Supreme Court agreed and dismissed the suit for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction. State v. Lueck, 290 S.W.3d 876, 886 (Tex. 2009) Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton, then an... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton, then an Assistant Solicitor General, represented the court of appeals in the mandamus proceeding in the Texas Supreme Court, arguing that the court of appeals was within its discretion when determining opinion-authorship assignments, especially given the suing justice's limited time remaining on the court. The Texas Supreme Court agreed, and denied the petition for mandamus. In re Castillo, 201 S.W.3d 682 (Tex. 2006). Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton, then a Texas Assistant Solicitor General, argued to the Texas Supreme Court on behalf of the State... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton, then a Texas Assistant Solicitor General, argued to the Texas Supreme Court on behalf of the State and in support of the City, arguing that the Texas Tort Claims Act did not waive sovereign immunity for the plaintiffs' claim. The Texas Supreme Court agreed, holding that the City was protected by sovereign immunity for its actions in responding to the emergency situation. City of San Antonio v. Hartman, 201 S.W.3d 667, 671-72 (Tex. 2006). Attorney: Ryan Clinton Hankinson Levinger LLP's Ryan Clinton, then... + read more Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Supreme Court of Texas Hankinson Levinger LLP's Ryan Clinton, then an Assistant Solicitor General for the State of Texas, appealed the case to the Texas Supreme Court as lead counsel for the State. Clinton wrote the brief to the Texas Supreme Court, arguing that the Act's restraints on sexually violent predators complied with the state and federal constitutions. The Texas Supreme Court agreed, reversing the court of appeals and upholding the statute's constitutionality. In re Commitment of Fisher, 164 S.W.3d 637 (Tex. 2005) Attorney: Ryan Clinton Courts: Supreme Court of Texas Subject Matter: Constitutional Law & Governmental Matters Attorney: Ryan Clinton Attorney: Ryan Clinton Ryan Clinton


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