Reggie Blakeley was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas.
He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and Baylor Law School. While in law school Mr. Blakeley was a Barrister and member of Baylor Law School’s national moot court team. He received the award of excellence in appellate advocacy from The George Washington University School of Law and was ranked second in the nation for oral advocacy. Mr. Blakeley later studied law at La Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara with a focus on the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Mr. Blakeley has first-chaired multiple civil jury trials to verdict in venues across the State of Texas. He has argued cases to the 4th Court of Appeals, the 9th Court of Appeals, the 13th Court of Appeals, and the Texas Supreme Court. He has more than a decade of extensive experience as a first chair trial attorney in complex litigation and has successfully litigated more than 750 cases to resolution on behalf of his clients.
In January of 2020, Mr. Blakeley tried a case to verdict in Bexar County, Texas, and received one of the highest personal injury jury verdicts in Texas history. See Anibal Camacho v. Stewart Builders, Inc., 2017-CI-05113, 438th Judicial District Court, Bexar County, Texas (January 2020). $67,441,000.00 for a 31-year-old Spanish-speaking worker struck by a forklift. ($41,941,000.00 actual damages, $25,500,000.00 exemplary damages).
When he is not practicing law, Mr. Blakeley enjoys spending time with his family.