Carey has proven to be an invaluable addition to Moulton, Wilson & Arney. In his first year of practice he participated, second-chair, in a multi-week FINRA arbitration extending over a period of six months. His research, organization, interpersonal skills and team-player attitude make him an asset on any project. Carey began working at the firm in late 2012 after graduating from Baylor Law School. He has since second chaired several trials and FINRA arbitrations, making pivotal contributions to strategy, client satisfaction, and outcome in every case. Carey evaluates everything he touches with a careful eye and his attention to detail is superb.
During his third year of law school, Carey worked as a research assistant for his Property Law professor. He made several trips to Houston, which he now calls home, researching the Montrose Municipal Management District. He analyzed the District’s creation and administration, and investigated the controversies surrounding it. His work provides a foundation for his practical approach to investigating legal issues and analyzing appropriate solutions for clients.
Carey earned the rank of Eagle Scout while in High School. An accomplished trumpet player, he was a member the Baylor University Golden Wave Marching Band, Concert Band, Courtside Band, and Concert Jazz Band. He is also a member of Kappa Kappa Psi, a music service fraternity.
Carey graduated from Baylor University in 2009, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
In his free time he enjoys reading, disc golf, competitive endurance sports, and running. Carey has completed over a half dozen Tough Mudders and intends to keep going. He is a die-hard Baylor and Dallas Cowboys fan.