Cody Palasota was born and raised in Bryan/College Station, Texas, where he attended Bryan High School and competed with the 2008 and 2009 High School State Champion Gymnastics team. He attended Sam Houston State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice in 2014. During his undergraduate career, Cody coached as the Boys’ Head USAG coach from 2010 – 2015 and as an assistant coach to the Rudder High School Gymnastics team (State Champions 2011 and 2014).
Following his undergraduate education, he attended South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, and graduated in 2018. During his time at South Texas, he gained valuable knowledge through his courses and significant experience in speaking, writing, and presentation skills during his participation in the nationally-ranked Mock Trial and Moot Court Advocacy programs.
Cody began his practical experience during law school by serving as a law clerk for a personal injury firm, a family and criminal law firm, and interned at the 209th District Court with criminal defense and prosecuting attorneys.
Cody previously worked as an associate attorney at Roger G. Jain & Associates immediately after he earned his law license. After gaining significant experience, he left to explore other practices, including insurance defense litigation, where he expanded upon his skills in top-to-bottom litigation, depositions, and mediations, and then briefly practiced in mass torts litigation serving injured plaintiffs. Cody also followed his passion to serve his clients and his country by joining the Judge Advocate General’s Corp of the United States Army Reserves in April of 2021.
Since his return to Roger G. Jain & Associates, Cody uses his knowledge, broad work experience, and passion for the law and his clients to bring a multi-faceted outlook to a variety of issues in order to best serve our clients.