Jake Cooper

Jake Cooper

Jake Cooper

Attorney and Counselor at Law

Jake was born in Mexia, a small community in Central Texas. From there, Jake attended Texas A&M University where he earned his Bachelors degree with a major in Psychology and a minor in Business.

After graduating Cum Laude from Texas A&M, Jake was admitted into South Texas College of Law, in Houston Texas, where he earned a Juris Doctorate and was licensed to practice law in the State of Texas in 2014. Jake gained diverse experience, taking positions in various practice areas throughout his time at South Texas. From family law and estate planning to civil litigation and probate, Jake provides a competitive edge to his current practice. Prior to his partnership with Robert Garate, Jake worked for Mostyn Law, a plaintiffs insurance firm where he gained valuable experience fighting for average people who had been wronged by corporate negligence.

Jake is active in the community as a member of the local and state bar associations. Jake is also involved in the Garland Walker American Inn of Court and the Buffalo Bayou Partnership as a member of the Bayou Buddies Steering Committee. When Jake is not working on behalf of his clients, he enjoys traveling, staying active by cycling the many trails throughout the city, cooking, and soaking up the beautiful art and culture of our city.


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