Mr. Stewart received his B.A. degree from the University of Texas in 1987 and earned his law degree
from Texas Tech University, graduating in 1990.
Mr. Stewart was admitted to practice law in Texas in 1990.
Mr. Stewart focuses his practice before state and federal agencies, covering a wide range of topics such as environmental, oil and
gas, energy, gaming, Indian gaming, open records, oil and gas waste management, housing, insurance permitting, enforcement and
regulatory matters. He regularly practices before the Texas Railroad Commission, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas
Lottery Commission, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, Federal Election
Commission, Texas Department of Insurance and the Public Utility Commission of Texas. Mr. Stewart represents clients in matters
with the Texas Attorney General's Office, including the Texas Public Information Act (formerly Texas Open Records Act). Mr. Stewart
provided legal counsel to FutureGen Texas, a carbon sequestration project working with the federal Department of Energy. Mr.
Stewart provides appellate representation for his clients including before the Texas Supreme Court. Mr. Stewart provides lobbying
and governmental relations representation of the firm's clients before the Texas Legislature, United State Congress and state and
federal administrative agencies. Mr. Stewart is the managing partner of the firm's Austin office.