South Texas College of Law Houston,
Texas Tech University,
District of Columbia (pending; supervised by D.C. licensed attorneys)
Thompson Coburn LLP
Griffin is an experienced attorney dedicated to providing exceptional legal counsel to clients in the areas of energy infrastructure and oil and gas law.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, his law practice primarily focused on commodity purchasing disputes, eminent domain and regulatory matters. Griffin has successfully represented, and provided strategic guidance to, a wide array of oil and gas producers, pipeline companies, electric power transmission companies, utilities and individuals in complex legal disputes and regulatory compliance matters.
A Texas native, Griffin gained hands-on experience in the energy industry at a young age by working on directional drilling rigs on pipeline construction projects across the country. He later worked in the land and legal departments of leading upstream operators and law firms specializing in oil and gas transactions and litigation.
In addition to his legal skills, Griffin is known for his excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and commitment to client service. He takes pride in building strong relationships with his clients and providing them with practical, business-oriented solutions to their legal challenges.
Griffin graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Energy Commerce. He continued to focus his studies on energy and oil and gas while earning his law degree at South Texas College of Law.
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