Working in the Texas Legislature and politics for more than 15 years, Ross Peavey represents businesses, nonprofits, campaigns and other entities as an attorney and lobbyist. He currently serves as Chair of the Texas Bar’s Legislative and Campaign Law Section.
Peavey’s extensive experience in both the Texas House and Senate helped him develop a keen understanding of legislative tactics and parliamentary procedure. Peavey is a co-editor of Texas Senate Practice, considered a core material supplementing the Senate Rules by the Legislative Reference Library of Texas. He serves as an advisor for lawmakers and diverse organizations on legislative and political matters.
He received his law degree from the University of Texas, where he received the Dean’s Achievement Award in Election Law and was elected President of Student Bar Association. He worked his way through law school as staff for Texas House and Senate offices and in law office settings ranging from small firms to large entities. A Travis County native, he was raised in Austin and Liberty Hill, Texas.
J.D., The University of Texas
B.A., Texas A&M University