J. Edwin Martin
Ed was born in Midland, Texas, in 1960. Ed attended The University of Texas at Austin, where, in 1981, he received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, graduating cum laude in three years (at the age of 20).
Upon graduation, Ed attended Southern Methodist University School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor, and the Cox School of Business, where he received his Master of Business Administration (both in 1985); while doing so, he passed all parts of the CPA Exam.
Since 1985, Ed has practiced law in Dallas, Texas; he is a Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation; he has been published eleven times and retained as an expert witness five times.
Ed speaks bueno Gringo Spanish, and he dabbles in many other languages.
On November 8, 2035 (being the fiftieth anniversary of his bar card), Ed will retire. If you send him business, follow his sage advice, and pay your invoices, he will invite you to his party.
Charanay Suos was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in 1995; as a child, she came to America as a war refugee; and, many years ago, she became a U.S. citizen.
Char has experience in customer service, employee training, management, marketing, and law. She is a paralegal with the firm.
She speaks some Cambodian.
She thinks she is the firm’s best employee.
Keira Conard was born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1995; and now calls Dallas home.
She has a degree in Business of Music and Audio Engineering from Mediatech Institute, and is currently continuing her education at Dallas Community College.
When she is not at the firm, she is slinging whiskey and playing jams as DJ Ruudgurl.
She speaks only English, but she does so very well.
Keira thinks she is the firm’s best employee.
Queen A. Cep
Queen A. Cep was born in Khartoum, Sudan, in 1993; as a child, she came to America as a war refugee; and, many years ago, she became a U.S. citizen; she identifies as South Sudanese.
Queen served as the Captain of her basketball team at Alcorn State University and Senator of the Student National Medical Association. In 2016, Queen graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology-Premedicine. In 2018, she attended one semester as a medical student at Texas Tech Health Science Center.
Queen has traveled abroad extensively. She speaks fluent Dinka and some Arabic. Queen has experience in clinical-laboratory work, customer service, and law. She is a legal assistant with the firm.
Queen thinks she is the firm’s best employee.