An Attorney Who is Just Plain Nice
Chris Stoy has unfailingly labored to build up living conditions for others his entire life. While earning his bachelor degree in Political Science at Texas A & M, Chris donated his spare time to Chilifest, a annual fund raising concert event held near the town of College Station, Texas. The year Chris was in charge of the affair, they were able to amass over a hundred thousand dollars to contribute to needy charities in the area.
After graduation, Chris secured a law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. While there, he was a valuable delegate of the Law Review and studied overseas in Innsbruck, Austria, under the expert hand of United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. After several years as a defense lawyer, Chris came to the conclusion that acting in favor of those genuinely maltreated and victimized was destined to be line of work.
While working for a major law firm based in Dallas that focused on car accident cases, Chris first came across his present law partner, Susan Hutchinson. It took less than a year for the pair to make the admirable decision to kick off their own law firm, and Hutchison & Stoy was created.
In addition to being a full time lawyer, Chris persists in giving back to those in need by donating his time and energy to many different boards and organizations. For example, he also works diligently as a big brother in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
However, his most significant admiration and tributes come from the many clients he relentlessly helps. They frequently praise his unpretentious humanity and frank affection for the law profession. Many have called him a talented, capable attorney with the greatest moral code, who holds himself to the absolute topmost standard of excellence. His unflagging actions make it plain that he legitimately worries about each of his clients and their slightest needs. On top of laboring vigorously on each and every court case, one grateful, satisfied patron summed up Chris Stoy effortlessly with the down to earth statement, “He’s just plain nice.”