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University of Texas School of Law
-Texas Transactional Skills
Competition - Best Draft
-Texas Business Law Society -
-Women’s Law Caucus - Member
-Bachelor of Arts in Political
-Minor in Philosophy
-Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science
Honors Society - Member
Licensed in the State of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys
National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys
Austin Bar Association
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
State Bar of Texas, Construction Law Section
Catherine Walters was raised in Austin, Texas and received her primary and secondary education from the Texas public school system. Her legal practice focuses on real estate, facilities, business, and construction law.
While studying at the University of Texas School of Law, Catherine developed a background in public interest, serving underrepresented clients in the Central Texas area. She was also awarded Best Draft at the Texas Transactional Skills Competition, a competition where law students draft a letter of intent and negotiate the terms of the transaction.
Catherine understands that public education is invaluable to our society and is proud to represent Texas school districts. She strives to provide a dynamic and detail-oriented approach to achieve her clients’ goals and proactively address their issues.
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