Background and Experience

Dan Eldredge has experience providing legal services in San Antonio and south Texas in several areas of the law including eminent domain, representing homeowners associations, public law, real estate and related civil litigation. He is a former U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate (JAG) and assistant professor of law at the U.S. Air Force Academy.   


Clients seek out Mr. Eldredge for the experience, perspective, and judgment that enable him to respond to a variety of legal issues.  

Mr. Eldredge is both a military brat and veteran and lived all over the world before settling in San Antonio, Texas with his wife and five sons.  He is also a proud alumnus of Judson High School in Converse, Texas and a member of the 1995 Texas 5A Division 1 State Championship Football team.


Michigan State University 

College of Law 

J.D., cum laude, 2005   

Weber State University 

B.A. History, 2001   

Bar Admissions & Professional Associations:

Member, State Bar of Texas

2005 to present 

United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

2005 to present  

Member, San Antonio Real Estate Discussion Group

Awards and Activities:

American Bar Association, Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP)  Distinguished Service Award (Team), 2005 

Co-Author of "Attacking Public Use and Necessity in the Wake of Whittington and Malcomson" (February 2013)

Co-Author of "The Nuts and Bolts of Eminent Domain" (November 2013)

Co-Author of "Project Influence" (February 2016)

Co-Author of "Costs to Cure" (presented by Mr. Eldredge at the CLE International 15th Annual Eminent Domain Texas Conference, Austin, Texas, February 2016)

Author and Presenter of "Acquiring Right-of-Way within an HOA" (presented to International Right of Way Association Chapter 39, January 2018)

Author and Presenter of "Homeowner's/Property Owner's Associations Top 10" [legal issues] (presented to San Antonio Real Estate Discussion Group, October 2018)