Braxton Smith

“We are committed to providing justice for our clients. All too often corporations try to avoid doing the right thing and use their financial power to ignore their responsibilities. We use the legal process as it is intended, to bring our clients justice and peace of mind during trying and troublesome times.”

Braxton Smith Photo

Braxton Smith


  • Profile
  • Associations

Braxton Smith is a Houston native and sixth-generation Texan who received his B.A. from Texas State University. After college, Braxton received a distinguished scholarship to attend South Texas College of Law where he graduated magna cum laude. At South Texas, Braxton was active in the Oil and Gas Law Society and on the Editorial Board for CURRENTS: Journal of the International Economic Law. Additionally, he was a member of the Order of the Lytae and Phi Delta Phi legal honor society.

Braxton was awarded a prestigious internship with the renowned Federal Bankruptcy Judge Jeffrey Bohm and Justice Brett Busby, of the 14th Court of Appeals. He also had the privilege of interning at the Harris County District Attorney’s Felony Division where he gained valuable insight into the practice of law.

Since being admitted to practice in Texas, Braxton has passionately pursued justice for his clients. Drawing on his education and experience at the highest levels of the legal field in Texas, Braxton brings a humble yet powerful approach to ensuring every client gets a chance for justice even in the face of the nation’s biggest corporations.

Braxton strongly believes that every person should have fair and competent representation, not just those with the deepest pockets. Braxton is committed to The Ammons Law Firm’s principals of making a positive difference in the lives of our clients and to making a difference in the way industries do business.


  • Bachelor of Arts, 2010, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
  • Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude, 2019, South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas


  • State Bar of Texas, 2019


  • Texas Bar College


  • “United States Energy Friends & Foes,” Harry L. Reed Oil & Gas Institute Energy Newsl.
  • “The WTO: Challenges Ahead and Cries for Reform,” CURRENTS: JIEL (Co-Author)