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Licensed in State of Texas
United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States Supreme Court
Stacy Tuer Castillo has been practicing law since 1996. She represents school districts in all areas of school law, including employment disputes, First Amendment and other constitutional issues, special education litigation, and school law litigation. She has successfully represented school districts in federal and state court litigation, appellate matters, and administrative proceedings.
During law school, Stacy was a judicial intern for Justice Raul Gonzalez of the Texas Supreme Court. Following graduation from law school, she worked as a briefing attorney to Justice Paul Green at the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio.
Stacy has authored several articles and has been a speaker on such topics as religion in schools, Constitutional issues, sexual harassment, the Public Information Act, Open Meetings Act, and school employment issues.
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