Harrison Scheer focuses on commercial litigation.
During law school, Mr. Scheer worked as a summer associate at AZA for two years, and worked remotely during his last year of law school. He aided several trial teams and researched and drafted motions from original complaints to jury charges. He helped on energy sector cases involving contract disputes, trade secrets and covenants not to compete, accounting fraud, construction litigation, and whistle-blower retaliation.
Mr. Scheer earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. While there, he participated in the Litigation Laboratory seminar where he aided attorneys in their trial preparation for criminal and civil cases. He also captained the Law School’s all-University champion intramural football team, and is a champion softball player.
He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Berkeley.
University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 2018
- Litigation Laboratory seminar
- Academic scholarship
University of California, Berkeley, B.A., high distinction, 2014
Moorpark Community College, Moorpark, CA General Coursework 2010‑2012
- Moorpark College Debate Team (Phi Rho Pi National Champion and State Champions, 2012)
- Gold award in Lincoln‑Douglas Debate
- California Community Colleges Forensics Association State Champion
- Gold award in Parliamentary Debate, Lincoln‑Douglas Debate
State Bar of Texas
CLE PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS
Texas Trade Secrets and Covenants Not to Compete: Recent Updates, co-authored with Joe Ahmad who presented to Texas Association of Defense Counsel Annual Meeting, September 2017 in Seattle