May 2, 2016
Born and raised in Canadian, Texas, Jeremi Young has practiced law from downtown Amarillo since 2005 after relocating from Dallas. With over a decade of experience in a wide variety of legal matters, Mr. Young represents clients involved in business litigation, personal injury and wrongful death claims, employment law matters (with a focus on wage and hour matters), construction and real estate matters, contested probate and trust cases. Clients in the Panhandle rely on Mr. Young’s trial experience, his extensive legal knowledge, and his ability to achieve results through innovative solutions.
Mr. Young earned his Bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. Starting his legal career in Dallas, he has been practicing in Texas since 1999. As a recognized authority on a wealth of legal topics, Mr. Young regularly speaks at various local engagements. He is also an active member of many local and national legal organizations, including the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Amarillo Area Bar Association, the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA), and the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Mr. Young also serves as Vice President of the Amarillo Area Young Lawyers Association.
Tim Newsom grew up in Oak Ridge North, a suburb of Houston near The Woodlands. His parents were both public school educators.
Tim attended Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Business. While at AC, Tim lettered three years in football and two years in track. His senior year, the football team won the conference and competed in national playoffs, losing in the first round to the eventual national champions, Westminister College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania.
Tim attended Texas Tech University School of Law and graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in May 1992. After law school, Justice Carlton Dodson hired Tim as a briefing attorney for the Amarillo Court of Appeals. After his one-year judicial clerkship, Tim entered the private practice of law in Amarillo.
Tim and his wife, Judy, have two wonderful children. In his spare time, Tim plays golf, snow skis, and tries to play classical guitar.