Murray W. Camp

Murray W. CampMurray Camp’s client-centered approach allows him to focus on the goals of his estate, guardianship, and trust litigation clients. Historically, his practice has consisted of complex commercial cases, including those involving fiduciaries, federal receiverships, oil and gas, representation of bankruptcy trustees in adversary lawsuits, banking, aviation, real estate, and commercial torts. Murray believes that the best way to maximize the potential for early settlement in an estate, guardianship, or trust dispute is to show to the opponent that we are willing and ready to go to trial.

Murray is a fourth generation Texas lawyer and served as a law clerk to the Hon. John McBryde, United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas after his graduation from law school with top honors. Before that, he worked as an independent curator, art dealer, and assistant professor of Art History at St. Edwards’s University, with courses on topics such as Modernism and Dada/Surrealism. He is also a nationally recognized expert on marine and reef aquarium husbandry, having published multiple articles in periodicals such as CORAL Magazine. He also has spoken at numerous reef conferences around the country. Murray’s additional passions include amateur astronomy and bass fishing (he’s competed in numerous bass tournaments around Texas).

Murray volunteers his time in assisting many organizations, such as the Jesuit Preparatory School of Dallas. He also serves as general counsel to the Marine Aquarium Societies of North America, and the Texas Astronomical Society. Murray most enjoys spending time with his two children.