University of Texas at Austin School of Law,
University of Arizona,
B.S., magna cum laude with honors, Physics
Dallas Bar Association
Member, Ethics Committee, Professionalism Committee
Thompson Coburn LLP
Texas State Senator, District 16
Holland & Knight by merger with Thompson & Knight LLP
Senior Counsel, 2019-2023
Spector & Johnson PLLC
Sheinfield, Maley & Kay
University of North Texas Law School, Bedford Mentor
Dallas Country Trails & Preserve Board
Human Rights Institute of Dallas
pro bono Attorney
Nathan Johnson is an experienced litigator and a Texas State Senator. Practicing in state and federal court, his experience includes energy, finance, commercial real estate, bankruptcy and insolvency, trade secrets, technology services, manufacturing and agriculture. Nathan represents and counsels entities and individuals in commercial disputes relating to breach of contract, officer/director liability, complex financial transactions, fraudulent and preferential transfers, as well as a range of other contract and business tort claims.
As the state senator for Texas Senate District 16, representing around 950,000 people and their businesses in seven cities in Dallas County, Johnson is recognized as a leading voice on the Texas power grid, healthcare, and government efficiency, and youth development. His bipartisan legislative record includes major reforms to the Texas energy market, improvement in healthcare delivery and access, regulatory reforms, and modernizing laws in construction and banking. He serves on the Senate Committees on Business & Commerce; Jurisprudence (Vice Chair); Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs; and Administration; and is a current member of the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission.
Johnson holds degrees in physics from the University of Arizona and law from the University of Texas at Austin. He has also composed music for the classical concert stage and musical scores for the hit television series Dragon Ball Z.
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