Keith is Of Counsel in the Real Estate practice group in the Houston office of Coats Rose. Keith practices real estate law, representing purchasers, sellers and developers in all aspects of acquiring, selling, developing, financing and leasing unimproved and improved property, with a special emphasis on representation of owners and multi-family properties.
From 1972 to the spring of 1984, Keith was with the Houston law firm of Foreman Dyess. Foreman and Dyess dissolved at that time and he joined Webster & Sheffield in the Houston office in late 1984. He formed Short & Ketchand L.L.P. with Robert L. Ketchand in January 1992. Keith was most recently with Boyer Jacobs Short, having joined the firm in 2001.
- J.D., Texas Law Review, 1971, University of Texas School of Law
- B.A., cum laude, 1968, The University of Texas
- Texas, 1971