Courtney Lynch focuses her practice on construction litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Courtney clerked in the Houston, Texas office of a well-established law firm in its construction practice section.
While attending law school, Courtney served as a judicial intern to the Honorable David Hittner and the Honorable Nancy F. Atlas in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. She was Assistant Managing Editor and Assistant Articles Editor of the South Texas Law Review and a member of the Board of Advocates. She served as President of the Women’s Law Society and as Vice President of the Real Estate and Construction Law Society.
Prior to launching her legal career, Courtney was a practicum student at Family to Family Network, an organization in Houston that empowers the families of children and young adults with disabilities as they navigate the complex education, health care, and social service systems. Courtney was also a Family Assistance Center Specialist for the Texas Military Forces State Family Program in Austin, Texas where she served as a part of a command support team that advised command on forming and operating their family readiness programs.
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South Texas College of Law, J.D. (2017) cum laude
University of Houston–Clear Lake, M.S., Early Childhood Education and Teaching (2014)
Strayer University, B.B.A., Marketing (2012) magna cum laude
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