Joseph Dumas is a zealous trial attorney, who has experience in trial. His practice areas include casualty defense, insurance litigation, premise liability, and commercial automobile accidents.
Prior to joining Thompson Coe, Joe worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the Harris County District Attorney’s office for almost four years where he was lead counsel on over a dozen trials and over one-hundred hearings. Joe spent majority of his time in the Adult Sex Crimes and Trafficking Division.
Joe received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Missouri School of Law, in Columbia, Missouri. During his time in law school Joe was recognized for his advocacy skills by being selected to be the first African American male to be the Chairman for the Board of Advocates and was selected to be on the ABA National Mock-Trial Team. While Joe is gifted in oral advocacy he is also equally gifted in written advocacy. Joe was selected to be on the Missouri Law Review, which is one of the oldest legal publications west of the Mississippi River. During his last year on the Missouri Law Review, Joe was selected to be a part of the Senior Editorial Board as the Senior Associate Editor.
Joe is originally from Birmingham, Alabama which most can recognize by his southern charm. Outside of work, Joe likes to workout at the gym, try new restaurants, and watch college and NFL football.
Publications & Speaking Engagements
Education, Admissions & Activities
University of Missouri School of Law
J.D., with honors, 2017
Order of Barrister
Missouri Law Review – Senior Associate Editor
Board of Advocates – Chairman
Student Government Association – Inaugural Supreme Court Justice
Professional and Community Activities
National Black Prosecutor Association
Houston Young Lawyers Association
Houston Bar Association