Andrew Weber was named by Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott as the First Assistant Attorney General of Texas. Immediately prior to this appointment, Weber served as Deputy Attorney General for Legal Counsel, a position in which he served since 2007.Weber began his legal career in 1996 as a briefing attorney for then-Justice Greg Abbott on the Texas Supreme Court. Weber subsequently practiced law with the Dallas firm of Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, before joining the Texas Supreme Court again in 1999 as staff attorney to then-Justice Priscilla Owen.In 2002, Weber was appointed Clerk of the Texas Supreme Court, where he served for four years before joining the Dallas law firm of Kelly Hart & Hallman to oversee the firms Austin appellate section. Weber received his law degree from Baylor Law School, where he served on the Law Review.
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