Charles R. Curran
While he originally envisioned himself becoming a research scientist, Charles Curran’s career path was forever changed after he took a public health law class while pursuing his Master’s in Public Health. He immediately latched on to the orderly and structured way in which lawyers and courts view legal issues. Throughout his legal career, he has been able to apply the problem-solving and organizational skills he learned in his scientific education to resolving both routine and complex issues for his clients.
Charles is a member of SettlePou’s Commercial Litigation.
Charles has been representing financial services clients throughout his legal career. In addition to conducting judicial foreclosures while he was practicing law in Kansas, Charles has also defended bank and non-bank mortgage servicers against borrower claims both as a litigator and as an in-house attorney.
In his spare time, Charles enjoys spending time with his wife, reading, cooking, and searching for his next great vinyl record find.
Undergraduate Institution: University of Texas at Austin Year of Graduation: 2001 Degree Earned: B.S. (Highest Honors) Honors: Phi Beta Kappa
Law School: Baylor Law School Degree Earned: J.D. (Magna Cum Laude) Year of Graduation: 2007 Honors: Technical Editor, Baylor Law Review
Master’s Program: University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Degree Earned: M.P.H. Year of Graduation: 2005
Admissions & Honors
U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico (2016)
New Mexico (2016)
Year of State Bar Admittance: Texas (2011)
U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas (2007)
Other State Bar Admittance: Name of State: Kansas (2007)
Court Admittance Dates (e.g. U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit: 1998)
Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas: 2011
Dallas Bar Association, 2015 - Present