Christopher Rhodes is an associate attorney in the firm's Houston office focusing his practice on insurance coverage and bad faith litigation. He has extensive experience in motion practice and legal research and writing.
Before joining Segal McCambridge, Mr. Rhodes worked in the plaintiff's litigation department at a personal injury firm in Houston. He has also worked at an immigration firm where he obtained experience drafting appellate briefs. Additionally, Mr. Rhodes has experience in probate law.
Mr. Rhodes earned his Juris Doctor from Texas Tech University School of Law. While there, he served as Business Manager and Published Staff Editor of the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal and Vice President of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. Mr. Rhodes maintained a position on the Pro Bono Honor Roll throughout law school through his extensive public service to the community. He also earned multiple accolades including Top Grade Award in Negotiations and Distinguished Achievement in Advanced Bankruptcy. Before receiving his J.D., Mr. Rhodes attended Baylor University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Outside of work, Mr. Rhodes enjoys supporting Houston sports teams and spending time with his dogs. He is also an avid runner and enjoys participating in various marathons.
Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D. (2018)
Baylor University, B.A., Political Science (2014)
- Texas, 2018