Lynne has had a winding road to find the perfect career—being an Attorney and Mediator.

After graduating from TAMU (class of ’95), Lynne began her career in Public Relations, Advertising, and Marketing. She gave back through volunteer work which included running fundraising campaigns, Public Relations, and working with youth groups. A move to the Baltimore, Maryland area, introduced Lynne to the promising field of Mediation work. Inspired, Lynne returned to school earning a Masters in Conflict Resolution and Restoration from Abilene Christian University. While completing ACU’s hybrid program, Lynne also worked for the District Court of Maryland’s ADR Department.

Armed with a MA in Conflict Resolution, being credentialed in Texas for Civil and Family mediations, as well as certified for Civil mediation in Maryland, Lynne began her mediation career. To expand her knowledge base and mediation practice, she decided to earn a law degree. Always a Texan at heart, she desired to return to her home state for law school.

Lynne attended law school at the newly purchased Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas.  While there, she was highly successful in multiple ABA ADR competitions, winning the National ABA Representation in Mediation competition. Since law school, Lynne has practiced law in multiple areas, including Family, Probate, Trade (export compliance), Business Litigation, Real Property, Trade Secrets, and Employment law.

As a wife, mother, entrepreneur, mediator, and attorney Lynne believes each and every day is filled with limitless possibilities.


Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas

Juris Doctor
Order of Barristers

Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas

Master of Arts, Conflict Resolution
Summa Cum Laude
  • June 2011 Mediation, 40-hour Mediation course work completed. Curriculum was approved by the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable standards.
  • October 2010 expanded Family Mediation course work completed. Curriculum was approved by the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable standards.
  • December 2017, additional 5-hour Family Mediation course work completed in domestic violence per regulatory requirement to remain a credentialed Family Law mediator.

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Bachelor of Arts, Speech Communication

Professional Honors and Associations

  • Order of the Barristers
  • Texas Mediators Credentialing Association “Rising Star” award, 2015
  • Dallas Bar Association Presidential Citation for Day of Civility program 2019
  • D Magazine “Best Lawyer’s for ADR” 2019, 2023
  • Texas Aggie Bar Association “TABA” Board of Directors
  • Texas A&M University School of Law Alumni Board of Directors, Fort Worth, TX  President 2022-2023
  • Mac Taylor Inn of Court, Dallas, TX
  • Texas A&M University, Communications Department Alumni Advisory Board, College Station, TX
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Contributing author to the State Bar of Texas ADR Newsletter
  • Guest lecturer at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M University School of Law