John-Thomas Foster, Associate

John-Thomas (JT) Foster is an associate in the firm's Public Law and Election Law practices.  Mr. Foster also formerly managed his own law practice with a focus on Civil Litigation, outside General Counsel, Probate, Real Property, Business Formation, and Oil and Gas. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center where he teaches Applied Appellate Advocacy at the Blakely Advocacy Institute.  

In his personal time, Mr. Foster is a proud third-generation Aggie and enjoys spending time with his wife, Robin, as they travel, attend sporting events together, and the Houston Grand Opera.  Mr. Foster also enjoys spending time tinkering with electronics devices and his new hobby, amateur photography.

University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX
Doctor of Jurisprudence- May 2007
Order of the Barristers
Winner of the 2007 Elliott Cup Moot Court Competition, Spring 2007
Quarter-finalist, 14th Annual Conrad B. Duberstein Moot Court Competition, New York City, Spring 2006
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Bachelor of Science in Political Science May 2004, Cum Laude
Minors in Economics and History
Foundation Honors
College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Student Award
Association of Water Board Directors – Texas
Texas State Association of Fire and Emergency Districts (SAFE-D)
State Bar of Texas
Southern District of Texas – U.S. District Courts
Volunteer and Organizations:
University of Houston Law Center Moot Court Alumni Board
University of Houston Law Center – Blakely Advocacy Center Student Competitions Coach
University of Houston Law Center – Blakely Advocacy Center Student Competitions Judge
Hunton Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship Competition Committee – Featured Problem Writer
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Lifetime Member and Committeeman –
Houston Grand Opera Young Professionals Society 
Association of Former Students Member
12th Man Foundation Member