Butler Snow is pleased to announce Amanda G. Taylor will speak at the University of Texas School of Law’s 29th Annual Conference on State and Federal Appeals. The conference will be held June 20-21 at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin, Texas.
Amanda will participate in a panel discussion titled “A Deep Dive into Selected Issues Under the Texas Citizens’ Participation Act” on June 21. The panelists will explore several reoccurring and/or open issues under the Act, as well as recent legislative amendments to the Act.
Amanda is a board-certified civil appellate specialist who routinely represents clients in both district and appellate courts across Texas. Her practice areas are widely varied and include disputes regarding contracts, business organizations, employment, shareholders, fiduciaries, trusts, the Texas Citizens’ Participation Act, fraud/misrepresentation, real property, franchise and sales tax, and consumers. She has been recognized by Super Lawyers® as a Texas Super Lawyer for civil appellate practice every year since 2014, and was named as a Top 50 Central/West Texas Lawyer in 2018.
Amanda is the current Chair of the Civil Appellate Section of the Austin Bar Association, and has served on the Bar’s Board of Directors for the last four years. She is a regular CLE speaker for both the State Bar of Texas and the UT School of Law, and she is an active member of the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association and the Baylor Law School Alumni Association. Amanda received her bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Vanderbilt University and her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Baylor University School of Law.