Assistant Solicitor General, Texas Attorney General's Office
Beth Klusmann graduated summa cum laude and first in her class from Baylor Law School in 2002, where she was an Executive Editor of the Baylor Law Review and participated in moot court and mock trial teams. She received her undergraduate education at Texas A&M University, graduating summa cum laude with degrees in Political Science and Applied Mathematical Sciences. After beginning her legal career as an associate at Carrington, Coleman, Sloman, and Blumenthal, LLP, in Dallas, Texas, she then served as a law clerk for the Honorable Jane J. Boyle in the Northern District of Texas and for the Honorable Edward C. Prado on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Beth currently works for the Texas Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Solicitor General, representing the State, its agencies, and employees on appeal. In that capacity, she has over two dozen appellate arguments, including multiple arguments before the Texas Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and Texas courts of appeals. She has also second-chaired several cases in the United States Supreme Court and authored numerous briefs filed there and in other courts across the country.