Tyler Green was born, raised, and graduated high school in the small town of Dawson, Texas. He was very involved in the community and convinced the school board to incorporate college courses into their regular curriculum to provide his peers and him better preparation in their collegiate endeavors.
At 17 and with funding from FFA, Tyler turned down a golf scholarship in favor of attending Texas A&M to pursue his goal of becoming a lawyer. After two years of college, he took a hiatus to serve in the US Army. Tyler was deployed to Afghanistan where he took part in combat operations and, in his off time, trained the troops of the Afghan National Army in the hopes of helping the local populace build strong communities and keep their families safe.
After a year of training and deployment, Tyler returned to Texas A&M where he completed his degree and began to look toward law school. In the interim between graduation and his start at Texas Tech, he worked as a Job Developer at Catholic Charities Fort Worth, providing employment opportunities for veterans, the homeless, refugees, and those seeking to better themselves.
Once at Texas Tech Law, Tyler participated in student organizations and national moot court competition. Liggett Law Group first hired him as a clerk during his second year of law school. In his initial employment, Tyler found joy in assisting clients through difficult times and saw his work as opportunity to passionately advocate for them through legal representation.
"Very polite and helpful!"Ronald Vick