Max D. Hayashi


Max Hayashi is a transactional lawyer who practices across a wide range of areas, with emphasis on real estate, environmental, health care, and corporate matters. Max’s legal practice relies heavily on a dual approach that focuses not only on addressing clients’ immediate needs, but also positioning clients such that they may better identify and realize long-term goals.
Prior to law school, Max graduated from Baylor University with a degree in biochemistry and was employed as a researcher at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, where he studied protein biochemistry. Max received his law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law, where he served as a Notes & Comments Editor on the Texas A&M Law Review Board. Prior to joining Kessler Collins, P.C., Max acquired practical experience as a Law Clerk with the Texas First Court of Appeals in Houston and as a Legal Intern with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Office of Legal Counsel. Through these experiences, Max gained exposure to a diverse array of practice areas, developed strong analytical skills, and found a passion for resolving novel and complex legal issues.