Haben Isaias Tewelde
Whether he’s handling a multi-million dollar commercial real estate matter, appearing in front of the press for his clients, or making oral arguments in court or in the horseshoe of various city halls, Haben always advocates zealously for his clients while focusing on their expressed goals.
Haben has experience litigating issues including company/ownership agreements, business associations, construction, zoning, commercial real estate, employment, and DTPA claims. While in law school, he was active as a staff writer on the St. Mary’s Law Review, an Executive Board Member of the Board of Advocates, and the President of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Fraternity. Haben had the honor of working as a Legal Extern for the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and as a judicial intern at the Honorable 68th Civil District Court of Texas. Prior to law school, he led the final draft of the Veteran History Project Manual for Texas American Red Cross Chapters on behalf of the Library of Congress.
A North Texas native, Haben is an active member of his Church and is passionate about mentoring young people. Haben enjoys traveling, playing soccer, exploring the Dallas food scene, jogging DFW parks and trails, collecting bobble-heads of Dallas hero Dirk Nowitzki, and spending time with his dog Rocko.
These lawyers are smart, aggressive, risk-takers with a nose for the bottom line, and that’s why Stanton LLP will be involved in every important business decision I make for the rest of my career.
St. Mary’s University School of Law
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
St. Mary’s Law Journal
Faculty Excellence Awards for Constitutional Law and Sales/UCC
International Corporate Governance at The Institute of World Legal Problems in Innsbruck, Austria
Executive Member of the Board of Advocates
Dean’s Scholarship Recipient
Texas Tech University
- Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations
- Texas Tech University Center in Sevilla, Spain
US District Court for the Northern District of Texas