A founding partner of the firm, Jason Nassour is general counsel to Williamson County Attorney Dee Hobbs. Jason advises and consults on Law Enforcement clients along with handling property tax protests and appeals. A native Austinite, Jason lives in west Travis County with his wife Kelly (maiden name, Girton) and twin sons, Alec and Derek.
Mr. Nassour has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Texas (1994) and a Juris Doctorate from Baylor University (1997). He was licensed to practice law by the Texas Supreme Court in 1997 and he also holds federal licenses in United States district courts for the Western, Eastern, Southern and Northern districts of Texas. A distinguished litigator, Jason maintains a highly successful practice in Central Texas, and continues to maintain long-term relationships with clients who deeply trust him.
A walk-on player for the University of Texas football team in the 1990-1991 seasons, Nassour remains active in athletic leadership for Central Texas. Along with coaching youth baseball, Nassour has coached the Westlake Chaps Pop Warner program to national prominence for the last 15 seasons and serves as Vice President for Westlake Pop Warner.
Nassour also coaches the Central Texas Wolf Pack, a First Responder team comprised of police, firefighters, sheriff deputies and EMTs that competes in the National Public Safety Football league. Nassour led them to their first ever National Championship in June of 2016. Currently the stadium announcer for the Austin Westlake High School Chaparrals football team, Nassour serves as Voice of the Chaps on Friday nights in the fall.
Mr. Nassour also owns the Austin Radio Network and currently hosts all Texas Longhorn athletics broadcasts.
Along with recently running for office, Mr. Nassour is active in various other civic causes. Mr. Nassour is a member of the Lake Travis Republican Club and attends Lake Hills Church.