Eugene Clayborn Austin Attorney

State Bar of Texas Administrative Law Specialist, Eugene Clayborn brings to Fowler Law a rich depth of knowledge not previously possessed in matters related to professional and vocational licenses. Managing teams of trial lawyers and trying many cases first chair in the state and federal courts as well as in before many state and local administrative tribunals, Eugene has developed exceptional skill and practical understanding of a broad array of business applications. From the regulatory challenges of environmental engineering to food handling, hospitality and waste water disposal, Eugene excels. When not practicing law, Eugene is active in many professional and activities, and with family and church.


Twenty (20) years of service as an Assistant Attorney General in the Administrative Law Division, four (4) years of service as an Assistant Attorney General in the Natural Resources Division, two (2) years as a staff attorney in the Legal Services Division of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.



Board Certified in Administrative Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Certified eligible to be appointed as an attorney for an applicant for guardianship and a court appointed attorney in a guardianship proceeding, including attorney ad litem in Texas Courts.


Juris Doctorate - South Texas College of Law
Master of Arts - University of Houston
Bachelor of Arts - University of Texas Austin

Bar Memberships

Texas State Bar
Austin Bar Association
USDC Southern District of Texas
USDC Western District of Texas
USDC Eastern District of Texas
USDC Northern District of Texas

Robert Hoofman and Eugene Clayborn came to the aid of The Fowler Law Firm PC when space planners and movers were available to perform. Here these two accomplished trial lawyers are seen on the week end of the move, measuring spaces and plotting the new locations on every item for every office. We were thrilled to discover their previously undisclosed talents.

Eugene Clayborn

A very camera-shy Eugene Clayborn was captured by a camera, deep in thought with his constant companion, O’Connor’s Texas Rules- Civil Trials, as he waits for a hearing in the beautiful new Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility. No one was injured except for opposing counsel’s pride when the court rules in Mr. Clayborn’s clients favor from the bench. It feels good to win. YEE HAW!