County Court-at-Law #3
Elaine attended Texas Tech University and received a B.S. in Education with a Specialization in English. Elaine was then accepted into Texas Tech University School of Law and received the Regent’s scholarship based upon her academic performance and LSAT score.
After graduation from law school, Elaine moved to Austin where she worked for the Texas Commission on Human Rights and as an administrative law judge with the Texas Employment Commission. In 1993, she married and moved to Victoria, Texas where she lived for 17 years. While in Victoria, Elaine worked as the municipal prosecutor, as an attorney for legal aid and in private practice. Elaine received a Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Houston-Victoria and became a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2011.
Elaine and her family relocated to Dripping Springs in 2010 and she has worked as a mental health professional and an attorney in the area since moving here. Elaine is involved in community affairs and volunteers her time to work with Dripping Springs High School students, the Dripping Springs Lions Club and as a volunteer attorney with the Volunteer Legal Services group.