After receiving his bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston in broadcast communications, Job graduated Summa Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law located in downtown Houston. He graduated in the top 10 of his law school class and was Assistant Editor in Law Review at South Texas College of Law. Job has worked under judges in both the state and federal court and was a former briefing attorney for Judge Larry Weiman in Harris County’s 80th District Court.
1.What led you to a career in the legal field?
I’ve always loved debate. The idea of two opposing sides forcing each other to recognize the truth of a situation is a really compelling idea to me. I started by working in sports radio because I wanted to see that idea play out in relation to one of my favorite hobbies (#3), but eventually I wanted to do something that could have a more substantial impact on the world. So, I decided to leave my dream job and go to law school. Read more about Job Tennant.
2. What three TV shows can you just not get enough of?
I really enjoy watching The Office, How I Met Your Mother, and Rick and Morty.
3. How do you like to spend time outside of work (hobbies, etc.)?
I enjoy Houston sports, yoga, philosophy, cooking/grilling with friends and family.
4. What has been one of your most memorable cases and why?