Recently, all women attorneys of the Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee Waco
office were recognized in the annual Wacoan Women in Business issue.
This edition acknowledges women in business doing great things throughout
the Waco area. Naman Howell is proud of the diverse skillset that these
attorneys add to not only the firm, but to both the Waco office and community.
The four women recognized this year are as followed:
Jacqueline Altman: Civil Litigation & Intellectual Property
Cara Chase: Elder & Estate Planning Law
Kristen Mynar: Estate & Tax Planning Law
Stephanie Schwab: Real Estate & Transactional Law
These women are also highly involved in the community and have recently
been recognized for their expert law work.
Cara Chase most recently
lectured at Baylor People’s Law School and is also a frequent lecturer at other community and professional venues.
Jacqueline Altman is a member of the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers
Association and most recently secured a complete defense trial in the
first in-person civil jury trial since the start of COVID-19. Kristen Mynar is also a member of the Waco-McLennan
County Young Lawyers Association, the Junior League of Waco, a board member
for the Heart of Texas Estate Planning and has been recognized as the
“Best of the Best” by Texas Rising Stars since 2018. And Stephanie Schwab was a member of
the Waco Leadership group in 2019.
To read more about these and other women in business, you can view the
full Wacoan issue
For more information about these women, you may view their
attorney profiles or call Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee at (254) 755-4100. To get more
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