Jonathan Chaires

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A native of San Antonio, Texas, Jonathan Chaires is a proud graduate of Central

Catholic High School (‘11). Mr. Chaires went on to attend the University of the

Incarnate Word and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government with minors

in Criminal Justice and Philosophy in 2015. Thereafter, Mr. Chaires began his law

school career at St. Mary’s University School of Law, where he was a Staff Writer for

The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice and a Student

Attorney for St. Mary’s Center for Legal and Social Justice. Mr. Chaires graduated

law school in 2018 and passed the Texas Bar that same year. Prior to joining Lindow

Stephens Treat, LLP, Mr. Chaires gained valuable legal experience at the Bexar

County Felony Drug Court; the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, the

Office of the City Attorney of San Antonio, and Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, LLP. In

2019, Mr. Chaires joined Lindow Stephens Treat, LLP, where he focuses his practice

on first- and third-party insurance litigation. Mr. Chaires also has experience in the

practice of family law. Mr. Chaires is a recipient of the Bexar Country Felony Drug

Court’s Lady Justice Award for his exceptional volunteer work and commitment to

helping those with severe substance abuse issues. As a staff writer for The Scholar,

Mr. Chaires received credit with Honors for his comment on the expansion of

Specialty Courts in Texas. In 2020, Mr. Chaires was named a board member for the

University of the Incarnate Word Alumni Association.

 

Education

St. Mary's University School of Law, JD

University of the Incarnate Word, BA in Government

 

Bar Admissions

State of Texas

Professional Involvement

North American Spine Society

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