David C. Badger

With more than 30 years of experience, partner David Badger has a diverse legal background. His clients include development entities and investors, large and small businesses and several local non-profits. David devotes a significant portion of his practice to complex real estate transactions, assisting clients in acquisitions, financing, development, leasing, and sale. He also acts as outside general counsel for numerous large and small businesses, assisting them with matters ranging from asset and equity acquisitions to general business matters. Throughout his career, David has also gained substantial experience resolving business and real estate disputes and working with clients to solve difficult issues.


Born in Chicago, David later spent time in California and Utah, ultimately graduating from high school in Uvalde, Texas. He is a graduate of the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas (Finance) and the University of Texas School of Law. David is Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization with an AV® preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell for almost 25 years.

In his spare time, David enjoys almost anything that allows him to be outdoors including hiking, biking, camping and kayaking. He is a certified Texas Master Naturalist with Texas Parks and Wildlife (Alamo Area Chapter.)

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