Charles J. “Chad” Muller was born in San Antonio in 1942. He earned a BA in political science from St. Mary’s University, a law degree from St. Mary’s School of Law and a Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University. In 1973, he began working as Assistant United States District Attorney in the Department of Justice Criminal Tax Division. In 1976, Muller left the DOJ and returned to San Antonio to begin private practice specializing in the defense of business tort and white collar crime cases. In 1990, he opened and served as the first managing partner of Strasburger & Price’s office in San Antonio. In 2012, Muller opened San Antonio office of Chamberlain Hrdlicka. Muller remains the partner-in-charge of Chamberlain’s San Antonio office and has grown it to 10 attorneys.
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