Michael Charles Boyle
Civil Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization- 1986, certification current
Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D. with High Honors, 1977
Order of the Coif
Texas Tech Law Review, 1975; Case Note Editor, 1976-77
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity, 1977
Class Standing 6/158
Received American Jurisprudence Awards for excellent achievement in the study of Civil Procedure, Spring 1975, and Remedies, Fall 1976
High grades in Oil and Gas and Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure
Student Member, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA, B.A., 1974
The State of Texas, 1977
United States District Court Western District of Texas, 1979
United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit, 1981
United States District Court Northern District of Texas, 1987
United States District Court Southern District of Texas, 1989
United States Supreme Court, 1996
About Michael Charles Boyle
Michael Boyle is involved in a general civil litigation practice with emphasis in personal injury and real estate litigation. Mr. Boyle also has considerable experience representing governmental entities, as well as financial institutions. Born on March 18, 1951, Philadelphia, Pa. Primary interests are family, including grandchildren, and church. Hobbies are sports and handy-man activities.
American Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
San Antonio Bar Association
Maverick County Bar Association
- Uvalde County Bar Association
- State Bar of Texas Bexar County Bar Association
Cases & Publications
Holt Helicopters, Inc. v AIG Aviation (Texas) Inc., et al., Cause No. 02-12-23,349-CV; 38th Judicial District, Uvalde County, Texas
George Phillips et al v Mossberg, et al., Cause No. 02-06-18346-MCV; 293rd Judicial District, Maverick County, Texas
Gonzalez, et al v AutoZone, Inc., et al., Cause No. 02-02-18117-MCV; 365th Judicial District, Maverick County, Texas
Case Editor for Texas Tech Law Review
Note. Zoning – Application of a Percentage Destruction Ordinance to a Damaged Building That is One of Several Buildings Comprising a Nonconforming Use Is Held Unconstitutional. Adcock v. King, 520 S.W.2d 418 (Tex. Civ. App. – Texarkana 1975, no writ). 7 Texas Tech Law Review 228 (1975).
Note. Usury – Notice of Intention to Repossess, Petition in Suit on Debt, and Sequestration Affidavit Constitute “Chargings” Under Texas Usury Statutes. Moore v. Sabine National Bank, 527 S.W.2d 209 (Tex. Civ. App. – Austin 1975, writ ref’d. n.r.e.). 7 Texas Tech Law Review 801 (1976).
Symposium. Fifth Circuit Survey, Civil Procedure, 8 Texas Tech Law Review 977 (1977).
Working knowledge of Spanish language
Born March 18, 1951, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Married to Connie Lynn since 1973
Children: Sean Francis (30 years) and Kevin Michael (28 years)
Grandchildren: Colin and Clare.
Member, Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, San Antonio, Texas