Robert Arthur represents clients in a wide variety of business and commercial disputes. Robert is committed to building lasting relationships and providing counsel beyond expectations through his relentless dedication to service.
Robert graduated cum laude from South Texas College of Law and competed on the nationally recognized South Texas College of Law advocacy team as both a brief writer and oral advocate. Robert received the Dean’s Student Advocacy Service Award for his achievements as an advocate, the Justice Bud Warren Memorial Award for excellence in brief writing, and was elected to the National Order of the Barristers (recognition nation-wide as a top oral advocate) and National Order of the Scribes (recognition nation-wide as a top legal writer). He competed in moot court competitions across the United States including the National Appellate Advocacy Competition, one of the most prestigious in the country. He also clerked for the Honorable Judge William C. Sowder in the 99th District Court of Texas and served as an Articles Editor on the Texas Journal of Business Law.
Robert grew up south of Houston in Friendswood, Texas. He is heavily involved in his community and works with the Friendswood Education Foundation, an organization that provides grants to support the Friendswood ISD school system.
Robert prides himself on being an attorney that is always available to address the firm’s clients’ concerns. His relentless dedication to service sets him apart in the industry. He will always recommend a practical business approach to his cases that will achieve maximum results. Robert has the results to back it up, with multiple successful trials and summary judgment motions in the past few years.