Richard A. Ramirez Partner

Richard A. Ramirez is a Partner living in Austin, Texas.

Richard graduated from St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio. As a law student, he was a member and staff writer for The Scholar Law Journal and a member of the BLSA mock trial team that won the Regional competition in Houston, Texas. As an alumnus now, Richard continues to take an active role in St. Mary’s Law as an underwriter for the prestigious Innsbruck Scholarship.

Richard started his legal career as in-house counsel for Home Team of America Realtors. After learning the real estate industry, Richard became the Broker and Vice President of the company in just over 2 years. Richard agreed to join Garrett Clayton as Partners to start Clayton & Ramirez where he specializes in Real Estate and Document Review.

Richard is currently a member in good standing of:

  • The State Bar of Texas
  • Texas Real Estate Commission
  • San Antonio Board of Realtors
  • Houston Association of Realtors
  • Texas Association of Realtors
  • National Association of Realtors

Prior to law school, Richard earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations from the University of Texas in Austin. During his time as a student at UT, he was an officer for the Hispanic Business Students Association, spent a semester abroad in Tokyo finishing his 4th semester of Japanese and became a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.

Richard has lived in Austin, San Antonio and Houston, but, having attended William B. Travis High School in South Austin and the University of Texas for undergraduate studies, considers Austin home. In 2017, Richard married Elizabeth Shumpert Ramirez, of Austin, Texas. Rick and Liz can often be found attending sporting events at The University of Texas, enjoying concerts, or traveling to an amazing destination.

Whether Richard is working or relaxing, he enjoys helping aspiring students who have questions or have found hard times. Richard was once in those shoes and has never forgotten those who helped him achieve what he once thought impossible.

Richard is currently admitted to practice in the state of Texas.