Chris Mayo was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, where he proudly attended public schools for his grade school education. Upon graduation from high school, Chris enrolled in Texas A&M University where he became a member of the Corps of Cadets and earned his B.A. in history. Several years after receiving his undergraduate degree, Chris attended the St. Mary’s School of Law, where he participated and excelled in Mock Trial and Moot Court events.
Following his law school graduation, he attained his license to practice law in Texas and took a position as an Assistant District Attorney for the Bexar Court District Attorney’s Office for several years. During this time, he served as a public advocate who upheld the firm belief that the law is in place to ensure that justice is served with a fair and steady hand.
In the period between college and law school, Chris moved back to San Antonio where he further deepened his community roots by giving back to the city. He worked with a prestigious community organization to assist low income parents with challenged children. By working closely alongside both families and school administrators, he helped grant underprivileged students a high-quality education. This experience, along with the time he spent working and learning as an assistant district attorney, greatly contributed to his ability to serve as a skilled and qualified personal injury attorney.
Later on, Chris formed the law firm Chris Mayo Law Firm. The firm believes that everyone deserves fair representation from a strong and confident lawyer who will fight hard for their rights. They focus on delivering justice to victims of personal injury.
In his time away from the office, Chris enjoys being with his four daughters, two of which are twins. He actively supports all of their academic endeavors here in the public school system of San Antonio. Chris also serves as an avid mountain biker and conservationist, and he has been a member a local church for his entire life.
Why did you start the Chris Mayo Law Firm?
Law School Achievements
- Member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
- Member of the selective National Order of Barristers
- Awarded National Moot Court Speaker of the Year
- Recipient of an American Jurisprudence Award
- Selected for an internship with the United States Army Judge Advocate Federal Court
Assistant District Attorney Achievements
- Successfully represented citizens of the state of Texas
- Became well-informed about how to handle community needs
- Obtained a substantial trial jury record
- Achieved many successful and noteworthy victories
Attorney Memberships and Qualifications
- Member of the American Association for Justice
- Member of the American Bar Association
- Member of the Federal Bar Association
- Member of the San Antonio Bar Association
- Member of Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Member of the State Bar of Texas
- Member of the Southern Poverty Law Institute
- Member of the National Order of Barristers
- Admitted to practice in all Texas Courts, including the United States Federal Court – Western District of Texas