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Random Profile - Daryl Sinkule, Houston
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Best thing about being a lawyer: Recovering money on behalf of clients wronged by their employers
Latest pursuit: Attempting to survive the renovation of my historic (1926) Houston Heights home
Bet you didn’t know: I know my way around the kitchen.
Born/Age: 1975/34 years
Areas of practice: Labor & Employment Law
Education: Texas A&M University, B.A., 1998; University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2002
Most important career lesson: Some clients will lie to you.
Pet peeve: Tardiness
Secret for staying young: Eating more “real” foods and less processed foods
Favorite TV program: 30 Rock
Favorite place to find albums: iTunes
The last movie I saw was: Avatar
Favorite sport: Baseball
Favorite food: Mexican food
Hobbies: Keeping up with politics: local, state, and national
Current reading material: Currently reading The Book Thief (by Markus Zusak) and Open (by Andre Agassi)
If I had more time, I would: Relax more
Daryl Sinkule works at Shellist Lazarz LLP.
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