McLean is a member of the firm’s General Litigation practice group. In 2019, McLean was a Summer Associate for McGinnis Lochridge, where he excelled in drafting litigation documents, including Special Exceptions, and demand letters, cease and desist letters, and settlement offers. Earlier, during his internship with the Comal County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, McLean observed court proceedings, trials, and plea negotiations, analyzed and evaluated cases for legal sufficiency, drafted arguments for suppression and evidence hearings, authored outlines of Texas case law, and participated in voir dire for a capital murder case and numerous DWI cases.
McLean received his J.D. from Baylor Law School, and his B.A. from Texas A&M University. While at Baylor Law School, McLean participated in many organizations, including the Baylor Law Review, Mack Kidd Administrative and Public Law Moot Court Team, AAJ Mock Trial Team, Capitol City Challenge Mock Trial Team, and the Baylor Barrister Society. McLean’s command of the courtroom even landed him as a semifinalist in the M.D. Anderson Foundation Spring Moot Court Competition in 2018-2019.