Clayton W. Stone, III is an attorney with over 15 years’ experience in both law and Information Technology Management who serves as Of Counsel to Roberts & Roberts, PLLC. He has worked in both private practice and in house at Apple where he served as a Contract Manager, a Bid Manager, and a Strategic Account Manager. During his time at Apple, he helped create and manage multiple groups servicing Apple’s top customers whom purchased over $75 million annually. While in law school, Stone interned for the Honorable Federal Magistrate John Wagner of the U.S. Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. Stone was also the first person to complete The University of Tulsa College of Law’s program on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Additionally, he served on Law Review and as Editor of his law school’s newspaper. Before his legal career, he worked as a financial analysis and collection manager for privately help firm. His practice focuses on business and commercial transactions, TABC law, mediation, arbitration, negotiations, collections, and contracts. When Stone is not practicing law, he spends time with his family including his two sons, Lee and Grant (The Generals). Stone is an avid hunter and fisherman, and enjoys everything that is Longhorn.
Areas of Focus
The State Bar of Texas
The Marley Memorial Foundation, Royal’s Lounge Chairman
State of Texas Certified Mediator
The University of Tulsa College of Law, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Staff Writer & Editor of Energy Law Review, Editor of Law School Newspaper, Federal Court Internship, and Who’s Who 1995 & 1996.
The University of Texas, Austin, TX
Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Philosophy with minors in English, Government, & Philosophy
Program on Negotiation, sponsored by Harvard University, MIT,
and Tufts University