For Audrey, the highlights of her career are centered around those people that she has been able to help. Before becoming a lawyer, Audrey worked in social services, where she dedicated her time to assisting and advocating for people with physical and cognitive disabilities. Now, Audrey is proud to have a career where she can continue to help people get their lives back to normal after life-changing accidents.
Audrey considers Colorado, Maine, and Texas to be her home states. She is licensed to practice law in Texas and works out of our Austin office. She graduated with honors from Columbia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Management. Audrey went on to receive her Doctorate of Law at the University of Maine School of Law, where she graduated with honors.
While in law school, Audrey continued her advocacy for people living with disabilities. She also worked through the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic to do civil litigation with incarcerated clients. In addition, she was a significant contributing author for the Maine Juvenile Defenders Manual. Audrey was recognized as a recipient of the University of Maine Association for Public Interest Law Fellowship, and was honored as a member of both the Women’s Law Association and the Association for Reproductive Justice.
After graduating from law school, Audrey worked as an associate attorney at a personal injury law firm in Houston, Texas where she focused on catastrophic injury cases. In a major case that went to the Texas Supreme Court, she successfully briefed before the justices, which led to the creation of favorable case law in the areas of personal injury and first-party homeowner’s litigation.
Audrey’s career has given her a wealth of experience dealing with catastrophic personal injuries resulting from commercial motor vehicle collisions, construction site injuries, and premises liability in hotels and apartment complexes. Audrey is committed to making sure that no one is denying the people she represents of their rights, and will stop at nothing to seek justice for their injuries.
Outside of the office, Audrey continues to be an active member in the professional community and is a proud member of the American Association of Justice as well as the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys. Besides being an experienced litigator, Audrey is also a talented musician! You can find her in and around Austin performing vocally and playing the piano.
- Columbia Southern University, BS in Environmental Science and Management
- University of Main School of Law, Doctorate of Law
- Personal Injury Claims
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Deaths
- 18-Wheeler Collisions
- Automobile Collisions
- Defective Products
- Dog Bites
- Premises Liability
- Burn Injury
- Supreme Court of Texas
- Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys
- American Association of Justice
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