I have over fourteen years of legal experience—in private practice, as an assistant city attorney, and as an assistant professor, working in business law, government law, and now as a wills lawyer. Throughout my legal career, I’ve worked to find ways to improve people’s lives. And as a wills lawyer, I get to help people every day by providing peace of mind for them and their families.
I am also a native Austinite and a proud Texan. I graduated from the Liberal Arts Academy (now LASA) at Johnston High School in Austin, earned a bachelor’s degree in music from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and earned my law degree from Southern Methodist University, where I served as the Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and my two girls, as well as writing poetry, playing the piano, and singing.
Eileen is an engaging and thought-provoking speaker, with experience in live and online teaching. If you’d like to invite her to speak at your next event, contact her here.
Why You Need a Will
Making Ethical Decisions
Working With Your Lawyer
Navigating Bid Protests
Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Austin
Williamson County Bar Association
Dallas Bar Association
City of University Park Leadership Academy
Texas Public Purchasing Association
National Institute of Governmental Purchasing
North Carolina Bar Association