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Krystal McCool
Co-Founder and Managing Attorney of the Firm's North Texas Office


Krystal McCool is proud to have been raised in Winters, Texas, a small west Texas town and home of the Blizzards. There is something magical about growing up in such a tight-knit community where everyone knows everyone and neighbors genuinely care about each other. This has played a huge role in shaping her into the person and attorney she is today.


Krystal grew up thinking she would be a veterinarian or pharmacist; however, she made a drastic career path change during graduate school while working with the Innocence Project. It was then that she learned about the capacity of lawyers to truly change lives. Shortly thereafter, Krystal woke up in the middle of the night and decided she was going to law school. Four months later she sat for the LSAT, applied to, and was accepted into law school. She graduated from Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth. Now, Krystal is living her law dream and helping clients achieve optimal results!

Krystal concentrates her practice on civil and commercial litigation, including breach of contract, construction claims, consumer disputes, and real estate law. Additionally, she practices intellectual property law, including patent litigation, licensing, copyrights, and trademarks. Krystal greatly enjoys getting to know clients and routinely goes the extra mile for them.

Krystal and her husband, Kevin, have 4 beautiful children together. In her free time, Krystal enjoys taking her children on adventures, visiting her family in west Texas, working out, and tackling baking and decorating projects.​

Curriculum Vitae

Educational Background

  • Texas A&M University School of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence

  • Texas Tech University, The Graduate School
    Master of Science in Forensic Science

  • Angelo State University
    Bachelor of Science in Biology

  • Winters High School 

Court Admissions

  • State Courts of Texas

  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

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