Established in 1993, our Austin, Texas office provides a broad range of legal advice to a diverse group of local, state, national and international clients in the areas of administrative law, appellate law, corporate and securities, energy, environmental law, financial services, intellectual property and technology, legal and accounting malpractice, litigation, public procurement and contracting, and securities and public finance.

As Austin serves as the state capital, the firm’s lawyers represent public and private clients in lobbying efforts before the Texas legislature and various state regulatory bodies. Our Austin lawyers also represent clients in bankruptcy, restructuring and creditors’ right and corporate restructuring and insolvency.

Our dedication to the community is manifested by not only the commitment to a significant pro bono practice, but also by our involvement in many state-wide and Austin-based non-profits including Texas Appleseed, Texas Bar Foundation, Austin Bar Association Diversity Committee, Volunteer Legal Services, Texans Care for Children, Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, Dress for Success, and Texas Scholars Program. 

Directions

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  • The Austin office is located on the Northeast corner of the intersection of Congress Avenue and Cesar Chavez (1st Street). Visitor parking is available in the parking garage one block East, located on the Northeast corner of the intersection of Brazos Street and Cesar Chavez (1st Street), with the entry to the parking garage on Brazos Street. There is an underground walkway from the parking garage to the building.

    From Austin Bergstrom International Airport:

    After leaving the airport property, turn left (East) on to Highway 71. Follow the ramp towards Airport Blvd./TX-1111/ 1st – 5th – 7th Streets. The road name will change to East Cesar Chavez (1st Street). Cross under IH-35 and turn right onto Brazos Street. The parking garage is located on the Northeast corner of the intersection of Brazos Street and Cesar Chavez (1st Street), with the entry to the parking garage on Brazos Street.

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