On May 1, 2016, after many years of tireless service to his clients and the Abilene and surrounding community, Mr. Parker retired from the full time practice of law. Mr. Parker maintains an “of counsel” relationship with the Blizzard & Zimmerman law firm and may consult with the firm on cases when requested.
Licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas, U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. Federal District Court for the Northern District of Texas, and the U.S. Federal District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Experience and Dedication
Mr. Parker regularly practiced in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, family law, and wills and probate. Mr. Parker’s vast experience covers over 45 years as a practicing attorney. Mr. Parker is valued as a man of the people, relating to his clients issues on a personal level and using his legal skills and personable manner to achieve his client’s desired results. Clients know that Mr. Parker will give his utmost attention and effort to their case because to Mr. Parker, a legal matter is more than a case or a file, it is about a person and their personal struggle.
Mr. Parker retired from the full time practice of law while working as a partner for Parker & Blizzard, and Mr. Parker maintains an “of counsel” relationship with Blizzard & Zimmerman. Prior to becoming a partner at Parker & Blizzard, Mr. Parker:
- Practiced as solo practioner under the name Law Offices of Quanah Parker, also in Abilene, Texas
- Presided as Associate Municipal Judge in Hurst, Texas
- Presided as Associate Municipal Judge for the City of Abilene, Texas
- Worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the Taylor County District Attorney’s Office
- Owned and operated Abilene Comedy Defensive Driving School
University of Texas School of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence
Abilene Christian University
Bachelor of Science
- American Bar Association Member
- Big Country Defense Lawyers Associations
- Abilene Bar Association
- Kiwanis Club of Greater Abilene