Alan G. Sampson
Alan Sampson graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1971 and was licensed to practice law in Texas the same year. A native of Beaumont, Mr. Sampson received a B.B.A. with honors from Lamar University in 1968. He was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Zeta Beta Tau. He has practiced with Benckenstein & Oxford, L.L.P. since 1974.
Mr. Sampson is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits; the U.S. District Courts of the Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas and all Texas state courts. He is a member of the Jefferson County Bar Association (Treasurer 1978-79, Board of Directors 2002-2004) and the American Bar Association; member and former district director Bar Association for the Eastern District of Texas; State Bar of Texas; Texas Bar Foundation; College of the State Bar of Texas; Bar Association for the Fifth Circuit of the United States; Texas Association of Defense Counsel; Maritime Law Association of the United States; Southeastern Admiralty Institute and Transportation Lawyers Association.
Mr. Sampson is active in many maritime related organizations including the Sabine-Neches Waterway Safety Council; Propeller Club of the United States (Port of the Sabine Chapter); Nautical Institute; Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association and former Director (1992-1998), Beaumont International Seafarers Center.
He is active in the service of the community as a member and Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary Club of Beaumont and Rotary International; Executive Board member (since 1997), Council Advancement Committee chairperson (1999-2005), Executive Committee (2004-2007) and President (2006 & 2007) of Three Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America, and recipient of Silver Beaver Award for outstanding service to youth; sponsor and volunteer lawyer coach for West Brook High School Mock Trial Team 1999-2007; sponsor Beaumont Community Players Association (Theatre); Neches River Festival, Knight of the Neches; former Board member Beaumont Mental Health (MHMR) Association; Cemeteries Committee chairperson (1978 to present) and past member Board of Trustees Congregation Temple Emanuel.
Alan G. Sampson
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