Attorney Profile

Eddie Cawlfield’s unique and diverse background makes him a highly motivated and aggressive criminal defense attorney for his clients. Prior to attending law school, Eddie co-founded and developed a healthcare staffing company – taking the company from a small startup in his garage to a profitable, successful business. He uses his business experience in his client’s favor as he is able to quickly identify problems and craft effective solutions in his cases.

Fluent in Spanish, Eddie is able to help clients who do not speak English understand their individual cases. He is also very familiar the various arresting agencies and prosecuting offices in the Collin County, which gives him the insight necessary to better represent his clients.

Eddie graduated from Texas A&M University School of Law. During his time there he was honored as a “Fellow” by The Texas A&M Law Fellowship for his performance of public interest legal services to those in need. Eddie was also an active member of the Texas A&M University School of Law Trial Advocacy Program. He competed in national Mock Trial competitions hosted throughout the United States and was invited to compete in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon, hosted by the St. John’s University School of Law in New York City. Based upon his contribution and performance as a member of the Texas A&M University School of Law Trial Advocacy Program, Eddie was awarded the program’s highest distinction – Preeminent Advocate – by the law school’s Board of Advocates.

Additionally, Eddie attended the Baylor Academy of the Advocate in St. Andrews, Scotland. Here, he received intense and practical training in trial advocacy from some of the very best lawyers, judges, and trial advocacy professors in the United States and United Kingdom.

Eddie is a member of the member of the McKinney Bar Association and leads the Special Event Committee. In addition, he belongs to the Collin County Criminal Lawyers Association, Plano Bar Association, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and American Bar Association.