About Travis Normand
Travis Normand is a College Station, Texas native. Travis is a member of the Class of '99 at Texas A&M University where he earned a Bachelors Degrees in Marketing and Management and a Masters Degree in Marketing. Prior to attending South Texas College of Law in Houston, Travis worked for the NFL's Houston Texans, Texas A&M's Athletic Department and established his own residential mortgage company.
During law school Travis clerked for the Supreme Court of Texas, the 1st Court of Appeals in Houston and the Federal U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. After graduating from law school in 2011, Travis worked as a law clerk for the Texas State Attorney General in their child support division, as a contract attorney for StatOil and as a relief closer at University Title Company in College Station, Texas. Travis proudly served as a JAG Officer for the Texas Army National Guard, 36th Infantry Division. Travis has distinguished himself by becoming an Eagle Scout and by being awarded the Buck Weirus Spirit Award and other awards and recognitions.
Travis was licensed to practice law in Texas in 2011. He practices in a variety of legal fields including Real Estate Law, Business and Corporate Law, Probate and Estate Law, Family Law.
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