Travis J. Cox


  • location icon Dallas, TX
    2100 Ross Avenue
    Suite 2000
    Dallas, TX 75201

Travis Cox is an associate in the Dallas office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability and Appellate Practices. Travis handles all forms of general liability and appellate matters. Travis is a multidisciplined attorney focusing on the entire litigation process starting from the moment a dispute arises through taking a case up on appeal. Travis has handled a wide variety of litigation matters, ranging from commercial contractor disputes to catastrophic personal injury matters.

Travis also brings his litigation experience to transactional matters, ensuring that agreements minimize the risk of litigation arising in the first place by anticipating problem zones early in the transactional process. With significant governmental experience before becoming an attorney, Travis also advises clients on adapting to new legislation and when needed advancing legislation.


  • "Quoted: The Morals Clause," PartB News, July 2021
  • "New State Law Creates a Dual Path to Justice in Trucking Accident Claims," Texas Lawyer, June 2021
  • "New Year, New Home, New Taxes?" Dallas Young Lawyer Association Dicta, January 2016
  • "Judicial Profile: Honorable Judge Ed Kinkeade," Federal Lawyer, April 2013
  • "Fraud, Credit, and Judgments: The Eleventh Circuit Rules Payoff as a Fraudulent Transfer," Federal Bar Association Annual Meeting, September 2012
  • "Playing the Field: Death Penalty Sanction Invoked by Bankruptcy Court," Texas Bankruptcy Bar Section Newsletter, July 2012


  • State Bar Admissions
    • Texas
  • United States District Courts
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
    • United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
    • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas


Baylor Law School

Juris Doctor, cum laude, November 2013

Trinity University

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Political Science and History, Minor in Urban Studies, December 2009

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