Amos Waranch



Founder and partner Amos S. Waranch is an attorney licensed to practice law in all state courts in Texas and multiple federal courts including the Northern District of Texas and the Northern District of Texas Bankruptcy Court. Amos holds an inactive license for the state courts of North Carolina.

Amos was born in Jerusalem, Israel to a Texan father and an English mother. At the age of four, the family moved to Dallas, and Amos grew up in East Dallas near White Rock Lake. After graduating from St. Mark’s School of Texas, he earned an undergraduate degree in political science at the University of North Texas and a law degree from the University of Arkansas, where he served as an editor on the Journal of Food Law and Policy, and more importantly, met Hunter Nunn. During undergrad, Amos earned wide acclaim in cross examination policy debate, earning 3 rd best speaker in the nation at a national championship debate tournament.

As an attorney, Amos has practiced a wide variety of law representing both individuals and business including commercial and real estate law, personal injury, social security disability, and a variety of other areas. In 2013, Amos garnered significant press for a lawsuit filed in federal court in Dallas on behalf of his orthodox Jewish client who was being threatened with expulsion for practicing his faith by the Dallas County Community College District (click to read the story).