Sean grew up in Chicago, Illinois before moving with his family to Texas. Following graduation from the University of Texas at Austin, he worked as a non-profit consultant, helping to build life skills programs and providing outreach and resources to community organizations and universities.
After 6 years of working in the non-profit consulting industry, Sean made the decision to attend law school. Today, Sean’s firm works with clients in Dallas, Austin, Chicago, and other business hubs across the country to provide legal counsel on a wide array of business matters, including entity formation, corporate law, fund formation, and real estate transactions.
Why Law School—and Why Business?
Because Sean has deep roots in community development, Tate Legal Consultants brings a socially responsible perspective to corporate law, with a goal of supporting economic health and access to resources for people of all backgrounds and perspectives. By providing sound counsel in the areas of entity formation, syndications, fund formation, and corporate transactional matters of all kinds, Tate Legal supports economic growth for small and midsize businesses in Texas and beyond.
Sean has served as a Commissioner on the City of Dallas Landmark Commission and a board member of The Real Estate Council. He currently serves on the board of the Golden SEEDS Community Development Corporation, is a member of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, and provides pro bono corporate law services to select small businesses and startups in Dallas and Chicago.
Sean is passionate about helping entrepreneurs, business owners and investors achieve their goals, expand their horizons and create new opportunities for themselves and others.