Tony Ciccone has several years of experience in business legal services and construction law, representing small business owners, general contractors, homeowners, and project owners in both litigation and day-to-day legal issues. He is a proud member of the 2012 Austin Essentials Leadership class and was invited to become a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, an honor which is extended to only the top one-third of one percent of Texas attorneys each year. In 2017, Tony was selected as a Texas Super Lawyer, Thomson Reuters, as published in Super Lawyers Magazine and Texas Monthly Magazine. Since 2014, he has also maintained the distinction as an AVVO Superb Rated Attorney. A talented public speaker, he has spoken on topics such as tips to avoiding malpractice in construction law, pitfalls in green construction, and project risk management.
Hamline University School of Law – 2003, J.D.
The University of Texas, School of Law – 2003, J.D.
University of Wisconsin – 2000, M.A.
University of Wisconsin -1998, B.S.
Licenses, Certifications & Bar Admissions
State Bar of Texas, 2003
United States District Court, Western District of Texas
LEED Green Associate, 2010 – present
Professional Activities & Associations
Lloyd Lochridge American Inns of Court
Construction Law Section of the Travis County Bar Association, Advisory Counsel
Austin Young Lawyers Association, Boards of Directors
State Bar of Texas – Construction Law Section, Litigation and Family Law Section, Member
Texas Bar Foundation, Lifetime Fellow
Leadership Austin, 2012 Austin Essentials Class, Graduate
U.S. Green Building Council
Austin Bar Association, Family Section Member
Austin Bar Association – Construction Law, Real Estate, and Litigation Sections, Member
Austin Young Lawyers Association, Sustaining Member
Honors & Awards
Texas Super Lawyer, Thomson Reuters, as published in Super Lawyers Magazine and Texas Monthly Magazine, 2017
AVVO Superb Rated Attorney, 2014-present
Legal Pitfalls in Green Construction Contracts
Tips for Perfecting Mechanic’s Liens
Time Well Wasted