Ben Wallen is an associate in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Department and is based in the Fort Worth, Texas office. Ben is also a certified mediator.
Ben graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2013 and from the University of Houston Law Center in 2016. While in law school, he was a judicial intern for the Honorable David R. Jones, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas and for the Honorable Harold R. DeMoss Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Ben also worked for the Mexican government as a legal intern for la Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos. In addition, Ben was a research assistant to Professor Jim Hawkins and served as the Chief Articles Editor for the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, where he currently serves on the board of trustees. Shortly before graduating law school, Ben was awarded the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence. In his free time, Ben is an avid Dallas Cowboys fan and enjoys exploring Fort Worth.
University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2016
University of Oklahoma, B.A., English Language and Literature/Letters, 2013
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