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Using 36 years of business law and estate planning experience for your business and family.
Equally comfortable in the boardroom or the courtoom, Brenda is experienced in handling negotiations and disputes in state and federal Courts in Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, California, Arkansas and Oklahoma. She has appeared in the 5th and 10th Circuits of the Federal Appeals Courts in successful appeals.
Active in local civic and community affairs, Brenda has served on the boards of numerous non-profit companies. Brenda is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Austin Bar Association and President of the Solo and Small Firm Section. She served on the Board of Directors of the Travis County Women Lawyers Foundation and Capital Area Democratic Women.
Brenda Collier uses her legal knowledge to help animals. On behalf of Austin Pets Alive, in 2015 Collier Law co-initiated the successful Save Neville legal team in Austin, Texas that gained world-wide attention and over 220,000 social media petiton signatures in support of saving the life of a dog that was wrongfully adjudicated as dangerous and sentenced to die. Through her efforts, Neville's life was spared and he wne to live with a loving forever family. In 2016 she founded a Texas non-profit corporation/political action committee dedicated to protecting Texas animals.Texas Governor Ann Richards appointed Brenda to serve as Chair of the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies from 1991 through 1993.
Brenda is a 1982 graduate of the University of Texas Law School. She is a member of the Texas Bar Association and Austin Bar Association.
Brenda enjoys watching films with her husband of 32 years, Roger Collier; spending time with their son Rob Mockley and his wife Mary Mockley, and playing with the family's 7 rescued dogs and cats. Brenda also enjoys traveling, cooking and eating vegetarian food with family and friends.