Fullenweider. Krist. Perdue. The names carry cachet in Texas legal circles. But three young Houston lawyers named Fullenweider, Krist and Perdue are making big names for themselves that are only partly due to the auras of their famous fathers.

Keith Fullenweider, a corporate securities partner in Vinson & Elkins, and plaintiffs lawyers Kevin Krist and Jim M. Perdue Jr. can be listed among the small group of rising stars in Texas. Their names come up when veteran Texas lawyers identify lawyers younger than 40 who show promise of extraordinary success and skill. Krist and Perdue have won eight-figure verdicts. Fullenweider has worked on billion-dollar deals, multimillion-dollar initial public offerings and venture-capital investments in Internet companies.

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