Tyler Hood

 After graduating in the top 25 percent of his class at Texas A&M University School of Law, Tyler Hood joined Bush Rudnicki Shelton in 2016. While attending law school, Mr. Hood served as a member of the Honor Council, served as a Citation Editor for the Texas A&M Journal of Real Property Law and worked as a research assistant to Professor of Law, Gabriel Eckstein, researching predominately water law issues. As a research assistant, Mr. Hood received an honorable mention in Mr. Eckstein’s article Drugs on Tap published in New York University Environmental Law Journal. He also interned with the Office of the General Counsel for the Texas A&M University Systems where he assisted attorneys with a wide variety of legal claims. Mr. Hood also worked as a Petroleum Landman at Purple Land Management in Fort Worth reviewing public records to create title abstracts.

Currently, Mr. Hood’s primary areas of practice are:

  • Commercial and Residential Construction Defect Claims (state court and arbitration);

  • Homeowners’ Association Claims;

  • Insurance Defense;

  • Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s liens (residential and commercial);

  • Contract Disputes; and

  • Contract Drafting.


Groundwater Laws and Regulations: A Preliminary Survey of Thirteen U.S. States (Texas A&M University School of Law Program in Natural Resources Systems, 2017) (co-author), available at http://www.law.tamu.edu/USgroundwaterlaws

“Drugs on Tap: Managing Pharmaceuticals in Our Nation’s Waters,” Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor (September 14, 2014) (honorable mention), available at http://www.pharmacompliancemonitor.com/drugstap-managing-pharmaceuticals-nations-waters/7481/

Mr. Hood’s education includes:

Texas A&M University
B.S. Construction Science 2011

Texas A&M University School of Law
J.D. 2015

To contact Mr. Hood, click here thood@brstexas.com - Download VCard