Panelist Profile: Brin, George G

George G Brin

Brin, George G

San Antonio, TX

Attorney; Mediator; Arbitrator

Birthdate: 1943
Marital Status: Married
Children: 3


Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D., 1967; Texas Christian University, B.A., 1964.


Engaged in civil trial practice since 1967; over 300 jury cases tried to verdict; areas of litigation handled include: employment law, oil and gas, health law, fiduciary duty, architect and contractor liability, product liability, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, premises liability, workers’ compensation, marital property rights, contract disputes and governmental entity liability;Co-founder of Brin & Brin, P.C. in 1979; Managing Owner, San Antonio Branch since 1986; Co-founder of Conflict Solutions of Texas.

Area of Specialization

Arbitration and Mediation in the areas listed within this CV.

Membership & Affiliations

Licensed to practice in all Texas State Courts, in the Southern and Western Federal Districts, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court; American Board of Trial Advocates; Defense Research Institute; President, Nueces County Bar Association, 1976-1977; San Antonio Bar Association; Life Fellow, State Bar Foundation; Instructor, Texas Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy; Advising Board of Directors of the Center for Perinatal Medicine and Law, University of California at Davis; Lecturer, State Bar of Texas Seminars.


The Best Lawyers in America, 1991-Present; Top 50 Super Lawyers for Central and West Texas Region, Texas Super Lawyers, 2000.


$200/hour/party for two party arbitrations and mediations
$150/hour/party for arbitrations and mediations exceeding two parties

Hobbies & Interests

Reading, golf, gardening, and conservation efforts.

George Brin is an experienced panelist for Conflict Solutions of Texas, the state's premier roster of attorney mediators and arbitrators. CS of TX offers a broad range of services to resolve disputes and are designed to be more cost-effective and timely than conventional arbitration offerings.