Bill Rossick is a trial attorney who has been representing individuals, families and businesses across Texas for 20+ years, since his admission to the Texas Bar in 1994. Bill has also appeared on behalf clients in New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, Colorado and New Mexico upon case-specific admission to those courts. He has worked as an attorney in an AmLaw 100 law firm (Shook, Hardy & Bacon), and more recently, he represented 64 families in the largest case ever filed in Bastrop County, Texas involving the Labor Day 2011 wildfires.
Before graduating cum laude (6 out of 94 students) from South Texas College of Law, including Law Review experience, Bill served five years on active duty in the U. S. Army Aviation Branch where he attained the rank of Captain. A native of Pennsylvania, he was awarded a full R.O.T.C. scholarship at the University of Scranton.
Bill maintains his leadership skills in a variety of professional and community organizations which include:
Executive Committee Member, Capital Area Trial Lawyers Association
Member, Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Executive Board Member, Center for Child Protection
Board Member, Travis County Center For Child Protection
Member, Austin Stone, a Non Denomination Christian Church