Brian King is a member of the Public Finance Section in the Dallas office of West & Associates LLP. Prior to joining the firm, he served as an Assistant City Attorney in the Dallas City Attorney’s Office focusing on land use, zoning, and municipal regulatory matters. Mr. King also served in the Consumer Protection and Public Finance Divisions of the Texas Attorney General’s Office.
Brian’s perspective from state and local government offers a client-centered focus for municipalities, counties, school districts, and special districts seeking client-centered results in public finance matters. He is an attorney who cares about his clients and his community. Brian’s professional and personal philosophy includes giving back in ways that make a meaningful difference to the local communities to which he provides legal counsel.
In his free time, Brian enjoys biking, traveling, following the Dallas Mavericks, and most of all, spending time with his wife and their cat.
- Public Finance
- Certificate in Fintech, New York University – Stern School of Business
- J.D., Thurgood Marshall School of Law
- B.S., Sam Houston State University
- Assistant City Attorney, City of Dallas
- Assistant Attorney General, State of Texas
- General Counsel/Legislative Aide, Texas House of Representatives
- State Bar of Texas
- United State District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
- District of Columbia Bar
- National Association of Bond Lawyers
- ABA Young Lawyers Division – Vice Chair, Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Committee
- Dallas Bar Association – Member, Publications Committee
- Dallas Associaton of Young Lawyers
- World Affairs Council Dallas-Fort Worth – Member, Meridian Young Professionals
- Friends of Bachman Lake
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