Haben Isaias Teweldé
Haben Isaias Teweldé was born in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Teweldé is a commercial litigator with experience representing clients ranging from local companies to multi-national corporations dealing with diverse and complex legal matters.
Mr. Teweldé graduated from St. Mary’s School of Law with honors while being active as a staff writer on the St. Mary’s Law Review, an Executive Board Member of the Board of Advocates, the President of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Fraternity, Negotiations External Advocacy Program Team Member, and on the boards of the Black as well as the Asian and Pacific law student associations. During law school, Mr. Teweldé studied International Business Transactions and Governance at the Leopold-Franzens Universität Innsbruck - Institute of World Legal Problems in Innsbruck Austria. Further, Mr. Teweldé had the honor of working as a Legal Extern for the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, a Judicial Intern at the Honorable 68th Civil District Court of Texas, as well as a law clerk at a commercial litigation law firm. Prior to law school, Mr. Teweldé graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Communication Studies with a focus in Public Relation and minors in Spanish and Legal Studies. As an undergraduate, Mr. Teweldé led the final draft of the Veteran History Project Manual for Texas American Red Cross Chapters on behalf of the Library of Congress.
Mr. Teweldé is licensed to practice in the State courts of Texas and in Federal court, a member of several Texas bar associations, and the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honors Fraternity.