D. Carl Money has spent his entire legal career fighting on behalf of workers and their families. After law school, he worked as a general counsel in the Texas Legislature where he developed and directed legislative agendas that ensured access to justice for individuals wronged by corporate corruption. For most of the past sixteen years, he has worked as a trial attorney in the United States and a solicitor in the United Kingdom representing mesothelioma victims throughout the world. All the while, he has served as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) in the US Army Reserve, where he currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 117th Legal Operations Detachment. Recently, from May 2012 until May 2015, Lieutenant Colonel Money served on active duty as the Deputy Regional Counsel of the Southern Region Office of Soldiers’ Counsel where he managed the provision of legal services to wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers processing through the Integrated Disability Evaluation System.
Attorney Money is licensed in Texas, New York, England, and Wales. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and Texas Trial Lawyers Association in the United States and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Pan European Organization of Personal Injury Lawyers in the United Kingdom. He is a past Board Member of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and Board of Advocates Member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. He is a tireless advocate for workers and their families and takes great pride in fighting corporations that put profits over people. He has given numerous presentations on asbestos litigation throughout the United States and United Kingdom and was recognized by Texas Monthly as a Super Lawyer in 2006.
Attorney Money received a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where he studied abroad in Vienna, Austria. He received a Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University Law School in San Francisco, California, where he studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic, and received the American Jurisprudence Award for Appellate Advocacy. In addition to his legal practice and service in the United States Army Reserve, he owns a boutique winery, Pontotoc Vineyard, with his wife and four young children in the Texas Hill Country.