He has authored texts and treatises on the substantive law of medical malpractice and product liability. The appellate courts of Texas have often cited his books, law reviews, and journal articles. Moreover, numerous appellate opinions in cases he has prosecuted have pioneered the way for today’s victims of negligence, defective products, and corporate indifference.
Perdue is a member of a number of prestigious law associations, such as the Inner Circle of Advocates, the American College of Trial Lawyers, and the International Society of Barristers.
After an open competition at the 2002 Mid-Winter meeting of the Inner Circle of Advocates, he was named “Champion of the Storytellers”. Also, that year he was inducted into the Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In addition, Mr. Perdue has authored chapters in a number of legal works and has published more than fifty journal and law review articles in publications such as Trial and Texas Bar Journal. Mr. Perdue served as an adjunct professor, teaching courses on courtroom storytelling at the University of Houston Law Center from 2008 to 2021.