Whitney Broadwater joined the firm in 2013. Before joining the firm, Whitney served as a briefing attorney for Chief Justice Catherine Stone of the Fourth Court of Appeals of Texas, 2012-2013. While working at the court, Whitney assisted Chief Justice Stone with both civil and criminal cases. The issues presented in these cases varied widely, including contract disputes, property title disputes, questions regarding rights to and ownership of oil and gas as well as other minerals, questions of governmental immunity, and many others.
Whitney’s practice now focuses on both civil litigation and appellate law. Her practice ranges from assisting national and multi-national corporations in defending products liability and trucking accident suits to representing small businesses and individuals on both sides of the bar in litigation involving contract and business disputes. Because of the time Whitney served at an appellate court, she is able to prevent potentially costly mistakes at the trial level and to assist clients in a wide variety of matters on appeal.
State Bar of Texas, 2012 – Current
Pro Bono Activities
The Innocence Project, 2011-2012
Education and Bar Admissions
J.D., cum laude, 2012, St. Mary’s University School of Law; B.B.A., cum laude, 2009, Management, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
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