The McGuire Firm, PC.
Frankly, that’s a lost art among lawyers. And it’s not something most clients think to ask. But when the other side knows your lawyer isn’t afraid of the courtroom, you get better results. That’s why trial work is so important at this firm: it gives our firm a reputation that benefits you.
A Trial Lawyer Who (Actually) Goes to Trial
Daniel Cook is an associate attorney with The McGuire Firm. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2015. While attending law school, he was named to the Dean’s List for five semesters and served on the editorial board of the American Indian Law Review as an Articles Editor. He also served as treasurer and board member of Phi Delta Phi honor society and studied abroad in Oxford, England in 2014.
Mr. Cook grew up in Oklahoma City and attended Baylor University, where he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate in 2007. At Baylor, he was an active member in the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Prior to law school, Mr. Cook practiced as a real estate appraiser in the North Texas area. He also volunteered his time to coach youth baseball and youth wrestling.
Education & Credentials
Well-Credentialed. Well-Prepared. Ready to Help.
Mr. Cook is admitted to practice before all state courts in Texas as well as U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Smith County Bar Association, and the Smith County Young Lawyers Association.
Outside the firm, Mr. Cook enjoys fly fishing, travel, live music, and attending Baylor sporting events. He and his wife, the former Ms. Andrea Garrison, attend Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Tyler.
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