Charles Soechting is a Dallas attorney who devotes his solo practice to civil law. He has pursued cases across the United States relating to groundwater contamination by toxic gasoline additives; catastrophic injuries; injuries caused by defective pharmaceuticals; deaths caused by exposure to asbestos fibers, automobile collisions, and industrial accidents; and persons oppressed by the criminal justice system. He is licensed to practice law in all state courts in Texas and Pennsylvania. He has also appeared Pro Hac Vice in courts in 17 states and in several Federal Courts.
Mr. Soechting earned a B.A. in Political Science in 2001 from Texas State, where he was President of the University's Cycling Team 1997-1999. He earned a J.D. degree in 2005 from South Texas College of Law in Houston. In law school, he was active in moot court and mock trial. He served as Chairman of the Board of Advocates and in 2005 was named the National Champion of the American Bar Association National Moot Court. He is a member of the National Order of Barristers and an alumnus of the nationally recognized Trial Advocacy Program of the South Texas College of Law. In 2011, he was named a Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star.
Mr. Soechting competes in long-distance triathlons. He and his wife Lindsay have a daughter, Emory Grace, and a greyhound, Ozzie.