AUSTIN, Texas – Bollier Ciccone LLP administrator Christine Giles will become president of the Austin Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators, starting April 1, 2021.  She is honored to follow in the footsteps of the previous leaders who built a strong organization capable of weathering the many challenges of 2020-21. Of her upcoming term, Christine says, “It was inspiring to see each of us step up and get creative with ideas for managing the […]

AUSTIN, Texas – Construction litigator Rekha Roarty was featured on the Lone Star Lawyers podcast by Varsity Search. Rekha and host Daniel Hare talked about the current state of construction law in Texas. She also gave advice to job seekers, shared tips for looking professional on Zoom, and explained how lawyers can get help from opposing counsel. At Bollier Ciccone LLP, Rekha is a lawyer on the Civil Law practice with a focus on construction […]

AUSTIN, Texas – Bollier Ciccone LLP encourages Central Texas residents and businesses to join them in donating to local nonprofits. Many organizations are experiencing increased demand and reduced donations due to the pandemic, making it harder to serve constituents in need. We recommend the following charities, supported by Bollier Ciccone LLP, including links and ways you can help. Thirty Days of Giving The first ever Thirty Days of Giving supports Austin Texas Musicians. The music […]

AUSTIN, Texas –   Construction lawyer Tony Ciccone will volunteer as a faculty member during the 2020 Basic Course in Texas Construction Law being held virtually on December 10 & 11, 2020. The conference is an annual event to educate Texas lawyers and construction industry professionals on the latest trends. Tony leads Bollier Ciccone LLP’s Construction Law practice. Mr. Ciccone will give an introduction and overview of the construction industry and a glossary of construction terms. […]

Austin law firms must provide excellent legal services to survive Covid, but that’s not enough. Our office administrator explains how relationships, technology, key data points, and mental health are essential for thriving during Covid over the long-term.