Allen V. Wilson



Allen V. Wilson | Associate

Primary Practice Areas

Construction Law, Civil Litigation, Administrative Law

Allen is an associate with the firm. Licensed in 2013, Allen’s entire practice is devoted to construction litigation. In addition to his law degree, Allen holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of the Incarnate Word, in San Antonio. While in law school, Allen specialized in Administrative Practice, which gives him insight into the administrative claims process. Additionally, Allen served as a technical editor on the Baylor Law Review, and participated in the 2011 National Pretrial Competition. Further, Allen interned with Federal Judge Walter Smith at the United Statesof District Court for the Western District of Texas, Waco Division and with the State Office of Administrative Hearings, in Austin.

Practice Emphasis

Allen’s practice is focused on representing subcontractors and general contractors in disputes related to both public and private projects. These disputes involve performance and payment issues, construction defects, scheduling impact claims, claims against sureties, and lien and bond claims. Allen represents clients through all aspects of the litigation process, including settlement negotiations, motion practice, discovery, and trial.

  • University of the Incarnate Word (B.A., magna cum laude - 2009)
  • Baylor University (J.D., magna cum laude - 2013)
  • State Bar of Texas (2013)
  • More Than Just A Boon to Wealthy Debtors: How Texas Homestead Law Helped Insulate Texas From the Foreclosure Typhoon, 64 Baylor L. Rev. 999 (2012)
Volunteer Work
  • Allen has a passion for public service. While in Law School, Allen participated as a mentor in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Additionally, Allen was a founding member of Baylor’s litigation centered pro-bono clinic, the Baylor Justice Society. Currently, Allen volunteers with this group as an advising attorney to law students. Under Allen’s supervision, these students represent pro-bono litigants in Merit Systems Protection Board cases.
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