Dan S. Boyd was raised in Denton, Texas, and got his B.A. in Economics (with Special Honors) at U.T. He was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa and worked at the Texas Senate.
In 1975, Mr. Boyd got his J.D. with Honors from the University of Texas School of Law and went to work at Vinson & Elkins. He married the former Terry Riddlesperger and has three children, Daniel, Caroline, and Catherine.
In 1982 Dan worked for Johnson & Gibbs in Dallas; later he worked for the Dallas Office of Baker & McKenzie (and was the Chair of the North American Litigation Practice Group of that firm.) From 2010 to 2016, Dan worked for Glast, Phillips, and Murray. He practiced law with Boyd & Stapleton before joining the Noteboom Law Firm
Mr. Boyd is board certified in Civil Trial Law and Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Dan is the author of the two-volume treatise, Texas Pretrial Practice, which he co-authored with former Justice Scott Brister of the Supreme Court of Texas. Dan has authored numerous law review articles.