Tyler Frankel, born and raised in Fort Worth Texas, has extensive experience working with her clients to develop strategies through dispute processes, including trial, arbitration, and mediation. With nearly a decade of immersive practice in construction litigation, Tyler honed her skills at an Am Law 100 law firm before joining Griffith Davison. She has solidified her expertise in all stages of the legal process, from pre-trial preparation to post-judgment collection and enforcement, in both state and federal courts throughout Texas.

Tyler earned her Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech School of Law where she was an editor of the Texas Tech Law Review. Tyler has focused her practice on providing exceptional legal counsel to clients in the construction industry. She is committed to understanding her clients’ goals and strongly advocating on their behalf.

When she is not solving legal problems, Tyler enjoys skiing, traveling, and spending time with friends and family, including her beloved French bulldog.

  • Dallas Bar Association- Construction Law Section, Commercial and Consumer Law Section
  • TEXO (North Texas Associated General Contractors / Associated Builders and Contractors) – Member
  • Construction Ladies Luncheon – Member
  • “Restructuring Debt as a Support Mechanism for the Failing Principal,” ABA, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, 2020 Fidelity & Surety Midwinter Conference (ABA 2020). (Co-Author)
  • “To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate – That is the Question,” The Pearlman Association Annual Surety & Construction Conference (September 2021) (Co-Author)


  • Texas Tech University School of Law
    • Juris Doctor – 2016
    • Magna Cum Laude
      • Articles Editor of Texas Tech Law Review
      • Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity
      • President of the Organization of Woman Law Students (OWLS)
  • Indiana University
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – 2013
  • State Bar of Texas – 2016
  • U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas