Attorney At Law
Rashon Murrill grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. He eventually moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia where he graduated from high school with an International Baccalaureate diploma. After high school, he attended Emory University where he double majored in philosophy and Spanish and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Rashon attended the University of Houston Law Center, during which time he became a member of the Federalist Society and the prestigious mock trial team. As a member of the mock trial team, he sharpened his trial skills, competed in the National Ethics in Sacramento, California, and made it to the finals of the White Collar Crime Invitational competition in Washington, DC. He graduated from the University of Houston Law Center and earned a J.D. in 2016.
Rashon joined Kolodny Law Firm in 2014 as a law clerk when the firm was still known as Forrest & Kolodny, LLP. During his time as a law clerk, he gained invaluable experience in all aspects of civil litigation in state court and federal court. After graduating law school and getting licensed by the State Bar of Texas, he joined Kolodny Law Firm as an associate attorney. As an associate attorney, he handles a variety of types of personal injury litigation at the firm, including motor vehicle accidents, premises accidents, medical malpractice cases, Jones Act maritime cases, and more.