Teri Walter is an experienced trial lawyer, with a practical, business-oriented approach to handling cases.
Her practice focuses on business litigation matters, including contracts, leases, construction, real estate,
collections and Deceptive Trade Practices cases, and business owners’ disputes. Her experience includes
major personal injury and medical malpractice cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, giving
her valuable insight into both sides of case dynamics.
In addition to an active trial practice, Ms. Walter has prevailed in four reported appeals: Johnson v.
McClintock, 202 S.W.3d 821, (Tex.App.–Corpus Christi, 2006, no writ), Estate of Leroy Gorski v. Welch, 993
S.W.2d 298 (Tex. App. –San Antonio 1999, writ denied); Riddick v. Quail Harbor Condominium Assoc. Inc.,
7 S.W.3d 663 (Tex. App. — Houston, [14th Dist.] 1999, no writ); and Palla v. McDonald, 877 S.W.2d 472,
(Tex. App. –Houston, [1st Dist. ] 1994, no writ).
Teri received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Houston in Economics, graduating Magna Cum
Laude, 1985, and her Juris Doctor from University of Houston in 1988, graduating in the top 25% of her
class, working full time as a paralegal during both courses of study.
Professional licenses and associations include admission to the State Bar of Texas in 1988, admission to the
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, 1989, Real Estate Broker’s license Texas Real Estate
Commission, 1995, and Board Certification – Civil Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 2006. Teri
maintains membership in the State Bar of Texas, Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists,
College of the State Bar, Houston Bar Association, Association of Women Attorneys, Houston Association
of Realtors, and Experience Panels for Civil Trial and Bankruptcy with the Houston Lawyer Referral Service.
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