Richard Layne

Bankruptcy Attorney with 41 Years Experience


Austin, TX 78701

About Richard Layne

Richard Layne is a bankruptcy attorney in Austin, TX admitted to practice in Texas since 1979 with additional expertise in appeals & appellate, business law and gov & administrative law..

Richard Layne has 41 years experience and received their J.D. from Baylor Law School. Most recently they have worked at Davidson Troilo Ream & Garza.

Richard Layne's office is located at 919 Congress Ave Austin, TX 78701.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Texas

    Admitted in 1979


  • Davidson Troilo Ream & Garza


  • State Bar of Texas # 05176500


Education and training

  • Baylor Law School

    Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)


  • Civil Appellate Law

    Texas State Bar


  • Spanish

Richard Layne's Office Location

919 Congress Ave

Austin, TX 78701

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Richard Layne practice in?

Richard Layne is admitted to practice in Texas.

How many years of experience does Richard Layne have?

Richard Layne has 41 years experience.

What types of law does Richard Layne practice?

Richard Layne practices bankruptcy law as well as appeals & appellate, business law and gov & administrative law.

Where is Richard Layne's office located?

Richard Layne's office is located at 919 Congress Ave Austin, TX 78701.

What languages does Richard Layne speak or write?

Richard Layne knows Spanish.

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