For more than 28 years Judge Junkin personally litigated civil and family law cases (and some criminal cases), representing both plaintiffs and defendants as lead counsel in a wide variety of practice areas including, but not limited to:

General Civil Litigation

Property Owner Association issues

General Negligence

Consumer Law (Business and Personal)

Oil and Gas

Collections

Contracts

Probate

Products Liability

Non-Profit Organizations

Labor and Employment

Professional Malpractice

Family Law

Taxation

Real Estate

Landlord-Tenant

Trademark

Parental Rights

Insurance

Grandparent Rights

Bankruptcy (adversary proceedings)

Construction

Class Action Litigation

Lottery Law

Appellate Law

Judge Junkin’s experience as a lawyer includes, but is not limited to, conducting bench and jury trials in state and federal courts; presenting contested motions and conducting hearings; preparing witnesses (expert and fact witnesses); conducting depositions; preparing and responding to discovery requests; preparing and responding to motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, etc.; participating in mediations; conducting client interviews; negotiating settlements; conducting legal research; reviewing, drafting, and negotiating contracts; conducting venue research; and drafting appellate briefs.

Judge Junkin was also admitted to practice in federal courts in the Western, Northern, and Southern Districts of Texas and is a trained civil and family law mediator.