Warren Law, P.C.
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Kristine Warren, managing attorney with the law firm of Warren Law, P.C., was admitted to the Texas bar in 2000 after graduation from the Texas Tech University School of Law. While at Tech Law, Kristine was an associate editor of the Texas Administrative Law Journal and a participant in mock trial and moot court. Kristine received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 1995.
Currently, Kristine's practice focuses on representation of small to medium sized businesses, estate planning, real estate and probate, as well as a mediator for civil and business matters.
Prior to founding Warren Law, P.C. in 2001, Kristine was a contract attorney at Germer, Bernsen, Gertz, Beaman & Brown, L.L.P., handling litigation and business matters, and an associate at Anderson & Harris, L.L.P. , focusing on business entity formation, contracts, estate planning and real estate. Kristine also worked in law firm marketing at the firms of Brown McCarroll & Oaks Hartline, L.L.P. and Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, L.L.P. , and served as an adjuct professor at Virginia College at Austin, teaching legal ethics, business law, and legal documentation for paralegals.
Kristine has spoken before groups such as Business Network International, the Capital City A&M Club, WomEmpower, the Art Institute at Austin, Professional Women of Williamson County, Williamson County Habitat for Humanity, and Williamson County Human Resource Management Association on topics ranging from entity selection to contract negotiation to estate planning and probate issues. Kristine has published articles in Women's Monthly and Women Magazine on business and legal topics, and also published a book on grandparent's visitation rights.
Kristine is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association, the Texas Bar Association, Professional Women of Williamson County, the Capital City A&M Club, the Williamson County A&M Club (board of directors 2005 - present), the Williamson County A&M Foundation (board of directors 2008 - present), the Texas A&M Association of Former Students, and Celebration Church of Georgetown. She is distinguished past president of the Round Rock Noon Kiwanis, served as a volunteer for Round Rock Arts (board of directors, 2011-2014), and she served on the Round Rock Arts Foundation for Arts and Entertainment (board of directors 2016 - 2018).