HOUSTON – January 13, 2016 – Coats Rose, P.C. announces the addition of a new associate to the firm’s Austin office. Sarah Scott joins the firm’s affordable housing practice group.
- Scott is an associate in the affordable housing practice group in the Austin office. Prior to joining the firm, Scott completed a fellowship with the Texas Facilities Commission, where she worked on real estate matters, including right-of-way vacation, easement and lease agreements, and the agency’s Public-Private Partnership Guidelines. During law school, Scott served as a clerk for The University of Texas Legal Services for Students, where she researched and evaluated landlord-tenant claims, and drafted demand letters. She also interned for Judge Barbara Hervey at the Criminal Court of Appeals in Austin, Texas and for Judge Brent Carr of Tarrant County.
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