Nick Oweyssi, Attorney
Nick Oweyssi (pronounced O-Way-See) represents physicians, surgery centers, and hospitals across Texas on a variety of legal matters ranging from risk management, compliance, and contract negotiations to commercial and insurance litigation.
Cases he has handled have been covered by ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox News, Good Morning America, Nancy Grace, the U. K.’s Daily Mail, Law.com, Texas Lawyer, Southeast Texas Record, Law 360, Houston Press, and Houston Chronicle.
Nick has lived in Houston since 1977, beginning his career as a college professor teaching classes on Symbolic Logic, Biomedical Ethics in Nursing, Philosophy of Science, and Ethics. As an educator, he received teaching awards and authored numerous publications. In 2001, he was recognized in Who’s Who Among America’s Professors.
In law school, he served as an appellate brief writer for the moot court team. Nick gained his jury trial experience early in his legal career as a Trial Bureau intern at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
He is a parishioner at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church where he serves as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and is a member of the Knights of Columbus. In addition to numerous Catholic charities, Nick is a supporter of Wounded Warriors, Center for Pursuit, and Lighthouse of Houston.