Roberto Cantu

While at Thurgood Marshall, Mr. Cantu competed in various in-school competitions, was Articles Editor for the Thurgood Marshall Law Review, was the Honor Court Prosecutor, on the Board of Advocates and a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association.

During his time at Thurgood Marshall, Mr. Cantu also had the opportunity to intern with the Honorable Chief Bankruptcy Judge Bohm and with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas.

Mr. Cantu moved to Houston for law school and while living here fell in love with the city and community, and decided to stay in Houston to start his legal career.  Mr. Cantu’s practice consists of civil defense matters for individuals and corporations, and personal injury prosecution and medical malpractice matters.

Mr. Cantu is licensed to practice law in the state of Texas.

 

Education 

The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin

Roberto Cantu was born in McAllen, Texas. Mr. Cantu attended The University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a degree in Government and a minor in Business.Mr. Cantu then went on to receive his law degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law finishing in the top ten percent of his class and graduating summa cum laude.

Background

Roberto Cantu pictured at the offices of Roberts Markland LLP in September of 2017.

Roberto Cantu pictured at the offices of Roberts Markland LLP in September of 2017.

While at Thurgood Marshall, Mr. Cantu competed in various in-school competitions, was Articles Editor for the Thurgood Marshall Law Review, was the Honor Court Prosecutor, on the Board of Advocates and a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association.