justin the lawyer bio

Hello, I’m Justin!

I was born in Berkeley, California too long ago to remember. I’ll just say that after some time in Michigan and Wisconsin, I found my way to Texas permanently. Right after graduating from high school, I went straight to Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. After my mother became ill I had to leave Houston to go back to Austin to take care of her. It was there that I started what would become my first legitimate career, a salesman.

Here are some highlights from my achievements:

  • Started my first corporation in 1991 when I was 19 years old. It’s still around today and will generate a profit in 2018.
  • I went to work for a Fortune 500 corporation at the age 24, generated over a million dollars in sales and over six figures in commission first year.
  • At the age of 28, that same company promoted me to Sales Manager in the seventh largest city in the United States, where I managed over 20 million dollars in annual sales budget.
  • At the age of 30, I started my second corporation, an automotive fuel and oil distributorship headquartered in San Antonio, Texas.
  • At 31, I returned to college to get my undergraduate degree, completing 81 hours in a year and a half.
  • I was accepted into law school, graduated and licensed to practice law in Texas in 2010.
  • I became Shareholder at Godsey – Martin, P.C. in 2010.
  • I created one of the most successful motor vehicle accident legal marketing programs in the United States, generating over $500 million dollars in revenue within seven years.

Today, I develop lead generating marketing programs and structure sensible go-to-market strategies, not just for my own law firm and businesses, but also for yours. Business is in my blood, along with traditional salesperson and marketing fundamentals.

It’s my hope that as you browse around my website, you will gain insightful advice to help you understand ways to increase revenue and grow your law business while also feeding your entrepreneurial spirit, all without breaking the bank or sacrificing your integrity.

– Justin