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Jonathan Armour

Jonathan Armour

Senior Attorney
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Jonathan Armour

Personal Background

Jonathan Armour is an associate at The Lanier Law Firm Houston office. He represents clients in a variety of civil litigation matters, including toxic torts, and asbestos related injuries.

Born and raised in nearby Cypress, Texas, Mr. Armour lived his entire life in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Cypress Creek High School and earned his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 2007. He then earned his law degree at the Texas Tech University School of Law where he served as President of the Student Bar Association and was an active member of the National Mock Trial Team.

Mr. Armour began participating in the summer clerking program at The Lanier Law Firm starting in 2005 and continued his participation every summer throughout his time in college and law school. He is one of the few individuals who can say he literally, “grew up” around the culture of success at The Lanier Law Firm. His high work ethic and communication skills made him an obvious permanent addition to the Lanier Law Firm team upon graduation.

Mr. Armour lives in Houston with his wife Natalie and their son where they attend Champion Forest Baptist Church. Mr. Armour enjoys playing sports and never misses a chance to cheer for the Aggies and Red Raiders, as well as the Houston Rockets, the Houston Texans, and of course the Houston Astros.


  • J.D. – Texas Tech University
  • Bachelor – Texas A&M University Admissions and


  • National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
  • Best Lawyers 2024 – Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs

Community and Professional Activities

He is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Christian Trial Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Texas, and the American Association for Justice. In addition to his exceptional litigation expertise he is also a trained mediator, having mediated cases involving contract law, family law, and many other areas.