Gene Wu




Gene Wu is an elected State Representative in the Texas Legislature (4th Term) and practicing trial attorney who serves as OF Counsel to PDH. Representative Wu divides his time managing the state’s affairs and representing litigants in court. He currently manages the state’s budget on the House Appropriations Committee and regulates banking and other financial institutions on the Pensions, Investments & Financial Services Committee. In private practice, Wu uses his years of experience as a prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney’s Office to provide distinguished representation as a trial counsel. He handles litigation matters from across the spectrum, but is specialized in representing children in Child Protective Services (CPS) cases and Juvenile Delinquency (criminal) cases.

South Texas College of Law
(Juris Doctor, 2008)

University of Texas’ LBJ School of Public Affairs
(Masters in Public Affairs, 2004)

Texas A&M University
(Bachelors of Science, 2000)

Practice Areas

  • Litigation & Trial Representation
  • Navigating Local, State, and Federal Regulations
  • Public Relations & Crisis Management

Achievements & Community Service

  • Elected State Representative for Texas House District 137 (Southwest Houston)
  • Member of House Appropriations Committee (Articles I, IV & V)
  • Vice Chair of House Appropriations Sub-Committee on Infrastructure, Resiliency & Investments
  • Member of House Committee on Pensions, Investments & Financial Services
  • Advisory Committee for Baker Ripley (Formerly Neighborhood Centers Inc.)
  • Advisory Committee for OCA Greater Houston
  • Sierra Club’s New Leadership in Environmental Protection Award
  • Equality Texas’ Champion of Equality Award
  • Freshman of the Year by the Texas District and County Attorneys Association.

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