Jason A. Cox

Jason A. Cox

Jason Cox was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Texas A & M University in 1994 with a B.A. in journalism. While in law school, Jason received the M.D. Anderson Graduate Scholarship, the Gil Epstein Scholarship, and won the Tindall & Foster Writing Award. Jason also clerked for the Texas Attorney General as part of their honors program and was the online editor of the Houston Journal of International Law.

Jason graduated from the University of Houston Law Center in May of 2002 and was admitted to practice in Texas in November of 2002. In addition to being an associate attorney with Galligan and Manning, Jason is an adjunct professor in the political science department at the University of St. Thomas (Houston).

Articles and Presentations:

“Modification and Termination of Trusts, and Trustee Resignations,” co-authored with Tammy Manning; 2007 Lorman Seminar in Houston, Texas.

“Creditors' Claims in Dependent Administrations,” co-authored with Tammy Manning and Jeannine Flynn; 2006 Wills & Probate Institute, Houston, Texas.

“Jury Trials in Probate Court,” co-authored with Jason A. Cox; presented at Attorneys in Tax & Probate Meeting, April 2006, and 2004 Wills & Probate Institute, South College of Law.

“Surcharge Actions: The Bad, the Ugly, and the Uglier,” co-authored with Tammy Manning and Nancy Hamren; 2005 Advanced Estate Planning and Probate Course, Fort Worth, Texas, and Houston Bar Association Probate, Trusts & Estates Section Meeting, October 2005.