Giving a New West face to our Old West traditions
When new lawyer Garrett Hobert Nelson first hung his shingle in 1928 in the dusty, wide open West Texas country, odds are he never expected that over 80 years later that tiny law office would’ve grown into a firm with over a dozen areas of specialty serving clients throughout Texas and New Mexico. McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf has been here to watch Lubbock grow from a small ranching town to a metropolis of over a quarter million people. Just as our region has undergone exciting developments, we have too. Our new website reflects our commitment to the future growth of McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf, but still showcases our determination to do right by our clients and neighbors. Whether you want to know more about our attorneys and services or get updates on news within the firm, we hope this new site will make it easy to get to know us and our work.
While we take pride in the success of our firm and community, we also take comfort in knowing the folks we serve today haven’t changed all that much from those ranchers and cotton farmers making a life for themselves here in West Texas. Just like Garrett Hobert Nelson, our clients have dreams as big as Texas, and we’re proud to help make those dreams into a reality. The relationships we form with our clients don’t end when their legal issues are resolved, because we believe in investing in their futures over the long haul. Every time we help a client succeed, we make our community that much better.
Hopefully, this new website will help make our client relationships even stronger. We’ve provided a contact form so you can get in touch with us. This blog will be updated regularly to keep you up to date about what’s new at our firm, so check back often or subscribe to our RSS feed to get updates straight to your inbox. And if you like what you see here, we’ve made it easy for you to share it with your friends on your favorite social media outlet.
But while we’re happy to give you all of this information on the web, we hope you’ll come by to meet us in person. Nothing beats a “hello” and a handshake.