Compassionate | Competent | Conscientious
Attorney Augustus Corbett loves the Bible story of David and Goliath. That’s because in many of his cases, he is like David courageously and tenaciously fighting Goliath, which are the powerful insurance companies and district attorneys offices he fights for his clients. Also like David, his courage, tenacity and faith usually enable him to defeat Goliath in many of his cases. His passion to get victory and justice for his clients makes him a much sought after attorney throughout DFW.
US Navy Veteran
Mr. Corbett is also a proud US Navy veteran where he served as a Hospital Corpsman. After the Navy, he enrolled at North Carolina A&T State University where he earned a B.S. degree in chemistry. His first job out of college was a research chemist where he mastered the skills of researching, analyzing and simplifying a set of complex facts. These skills are proving to be invaluable in the practice of law.
Mr. Corbett is also an ordained minister who is constantly honing his persuasive and story-telling skills. These skills help him immensely to connect with juries so they can feel and understand his theory of the case, sincerity and care for his clients. All of the multifaceted training and skills that Mr. Corbett has acquired helps him get positive results for his clients. However, Mr. Corbett tells everyone that hard work and thorough preparation, more than anything else, are the master keys to successfully representing people in personal injury and criminal trials and/or settlement negotiations throughout Texas and North America.
Regent and NCCU School of Law
Mr. Corbett attended Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, VA. At Regent Law, he was elected president of the school’s chapter of the Black Law Student Association. He also won third place out of two hundred students in the appellate advocacy competition at Regent Law. His greatest honor at Regent Law, was being asked by the dean of Regent law to sit on an advisory panel with other students, faculty and professors to offer advice on various issues facing the law school. However, Mr. Corbett later transferred to NCCU School of Law in Durham, NC where he graduated in 2004.
Mr. Corbett has served on the board of directors for several organizations including Habitat for Humanity and Bethany Adoption Services. He also founded the National Black Parents Association and ACTION 21, which are nonprofit organizations committed to empowering at-risk families, schools and communities. Finally, Mr. Corbett is the founder and senior pastor of Faith Church, a nondenominational church in Arlington, Texas. He has been married to Antonia Corbett for 25 years. They have two children, Chloe, who plans to start law school this fall and Caleb who is a college freshman.
- Admitted, Texas Supreme Court
- Admitted, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, State Bar of Texas
- Member, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Member, Dallas Bar Association
- Member, J.L. Turner Legal Association
- Member, Dallas County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Member, Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Member, Christian Legal Society
- Licensed Mediator, NCCU School of Law / Carolina Dispute Settlement Services