Cody Dishon grew up in Bridge City before attending Lamar University for
only three years, where he received his degree in business administration
and graduated summa cum laude. He went on to earn his Doctor of Jurisprudence
from South Texas College of Law at the age of 24. During his tenure at
South Texas College of Law, Cody participated in voir dire, deposition,
mock trial, and mediation programs and advocated as an active member of
the Democratic Students Association. He also received many honors during
law school, including recognition on the Dean’s list for multiple
semesters, receiving the CALI Award for Excellence in Evidence and being
declared the winner of the Texas Watch Hot Coffee Giveaway, a contest
that required participants to explain why the U.S. civil justice system
is important to all people.
He is licensed to practice law in these courts:
- United States District Court Eastern District of Texas
- United States District Court Southern District of Texas
Cody spent time working at a nationally recognized plaintiffs firm before
joining the team at The Ferguson Law Firm, LLP as a Beaumont personal
injury lawyer. His prior legal experience also included working as a summer
associate for the business practice at MehaffyWeber as well as clerking
for the Honorable Judge John Anderson of the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston.
Lamar University, Summa Cum Laude Bachelor Degree (2009)
South Texas College of Law, J.D. (2012)
Cody is a member of the State Bar of Texas, American Inns of Court, Jefferson
County and Orange County Bar Associations. He previously served on the
Jefferson County Young Lawyers Association board.
Cody spends most of his free time with his wife, Julia Dishon, and family.
He enjoys playing basketball, watching the Texans and Rockets, reading,
listening to live music, and traveling.
Listed below are some of the cases in which Cody Dishon has served as lead
counsel or was primarily responsible for the settlement or verdict. The
client’s ultimate total recovery may have been subject to medical
liens and other third-party claims. These past results are not a guarantee
or prediction of the outcome of any other cases. Each case presents its
own unique facts and issues.