Colleen Migl has a background in both law and business, Ms. Migl has been exposed to a wide variety of corporate and tax issues. While in law school, she gained valuable experience interning with the second largest CPA firm in the United States, the federal government, and major non-profit organizations.
Before graduating law school, Ms. Migl received two fellowships. She worked at Catholic Charities as a Texas Wesleyan Law Fellow assisting with tax and immigration issues and received the Shapiro Fellowship to work at the Securities and Exchange Commission. While at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms. Migl worked on high-profile securities litigation cases and investigations. Upon graduation of law school, Ms. Migl went to work for a major accounting firm where she assisted major Houston oil and gas clients with international taxation transactions.
Her primary focus is in the areas of real estate, entity formations, acquisitions, commercial disputes, collections, construction, finance and general corporate matters.
Mrs. Migl received her Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting and General Business from Texas Tech University. Upon graduation, she was awarded “highest ranking graduate” from the Rawls College of Business. After completing her undergraduate studies, she attended The George Washington University Law School where she received her Juris Doctor in 2014. At George Washington University Law School, she served as Deputy Vice President of Finance for the Student Bar Association, served as a member of the ADR Board, and served as the treasurer of the Antitrust Law Association. Upon graduation, Ms. Migl was awarded the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for her extensive pro bono work with the homeless and unemployed in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Chanda graduated in December of 2016 from St. Mary’s University School of Law where she was a staff writer for The Scholar, one of the University’s law review journals. Chanda has worked at the Wright Reneau Law Firm since May of 2016.
Chanda Clepper is a recipient of the 2017 San Antonio Bar Foundation Pro Bono Service Award and has served as the site coordinator for the Community Justice Programs’ Veteran’s Clinic. She was accepted to the State Bar of Texas in May of 2017 and has been practicing family law since.