Case was born and raised in Austin, Texas. Despite loving his Austin roots, Case shipped out to west Texas to attend Texas Tech University, where he soon developed an appreciation for the high plains and became an avid Red Raider. While at Texas Tech, he studied history and philosophy with a concentration in ethics. After graduating in 2013, Case was introduced to workers’ compensation while working as a legal assistant at BAJB before moving overseas, where he put his philosophy degree to use backpacking across Australia and Southeast Asia. Upon returning state-side, it was not long before west Texas came calling and he moved back to Lubbock to start law school at the Texas Tech University School of Law.
While in law school, Case was accepted into the renowned Criminal Defense Clinic, where he received his student bar license and defended indigent clients as a public defender in Lubbock County. Case was awarded with Dean Recognition for his outstanding performance and exceptional representation of his clients while in the program. After graduating and taking the Texas bar exam in 2018, he returned home and started working at BAJB as an associate attorney. Case currently practices workers’ compensation law at the administrative level. His free time consists of traveling, seeing live music, and spending time with friends and family.
Austin Young Lawyers Association
Austin Bar Association
State Bar of Texas