Dustin Draper: My father is a teacher, and one of the most important lessons he taught me growing up was that whatever you decide to do in your life there needs to be a vision and a purpose beyond just making money. I am very happy to say as an attorney I have found my calling. I want my clients to walk away from working with us thinking about how much respect they were given, and I think that’s one of the biggest things that sets us apart. When people come and sit down with us and talk with us, after five minutes they can notice our dedication and our work is coming from a deeper place.
Daniel Packard: Dustin went to a prestigious law school, and he had the grades and resume to work anywhere in the country he wanted. He chose to stay here in San Antonio and represent disabled clients because that’s where his heart led him. And no body works harder than Dustin Draper. He’s not just smart, he works hard. I’ve been here at 3 o’clock in the morning, and Dustin is here getting ready for a hearing. He makes sure no stone is unturned and no argument is unexplored. He cares that much.