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Blake Henshaw is a proud product of the public schools of the State of Texas. Blake grew up in Haskell, Texas, where he attended Haskell High School. Blake attributes his passion for representing school districts to his high school agriculture teacher and football coach, whose powerful impact molded his character and set the compass for his direction in life.
Blake focuses his legal practice on the representation of school districts in the areas of general school law, governance, student law, and litigation. Blake prides himself on an ability to address complex legal matters with down-to-earth solutions.
Prior to joining Walsh Gallegos, Blake successfully litigated commercial, consumer, and real estate matters in state and federal courts throughout Texas.
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