Greg Hart, CMI, joined Popp Hutcheson in 2013. He represents a broad range of real and personal property. Greg handles all of the personal property litigation for the firm while maintaining a real estate litigation docket as well. Greg has spent his entire career litigating the value of property in Texas. He has represented his clients in administrative hearings, in District Court, at the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH), and in the Court of Appeals.
Greg has spoken at The Texas A&M Legal Seminar on Ad Valorem Taxation, The State Bar of Texas Property Tax Committee Meeting and Legal Seminar, The CLE International Eminent Domain Seminar, and several in-house presentations throughout his career. He also authors articles regarding real and personal property issues, and he previously served as a Certified Property Tax Law Instructor for the Texas Comptroller. Greg has earned the designation of Certified Member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (CMI). He is a member of Commercial Real Estate Women Austin (CREW) and serves on the organization’s Membership Committee. Greg is a member of Popp Hutcheson’s 311 Committee, which focuses on team development within the firm. He is also the Chairman of the Client Connection Committee for the American Property Tax Counsel (APTC).
Greg received his bachelor’s degree from Saint Edward’s University in 1999 and his juris doctorate from Saint Mary’s University School of Law in 2002. While at Saint Mary’s, Greg participated in the External Advocacy Program competing against law schools throughout the country in mock trial, winning a state invitational championship in 2001. Greg was a member of the Saint Mary’s Board of Advocates and was selected to the national honors organization, The Order of Barristers. He was also a two-time Dean’s Leadership Award recipient, a member of Phi Delta Phi, and a student teacher for Legal Research & Writing. Upon graduation, Greg was hired as an Honors Attorney by then Texas Attorney General John Cornyn. After over seven years as an assistant attorney general in the Transportation Division, Greg spent the next several years as in-house counsel for the Travis Central Appraisal District before joining the firm.