More About Audrey

Audrey Blair has been practicing family law in Texas since 2002.  With her background in family law and family law litigation, Audrey brings broad experience and knowledge to the resolution of family law issues.

After graduating from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, Audrey came to Texas to attend  Baylor University Law School. Following a very rewarding time with the Women’s Advocacy Project, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to representing victims of domestic violence, Audrey Blair practiced on her own for five years and then later joined a law firm that focused exclusively on family law cases.

Board Certified in Family Law

Audrey has been board certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2010.

Experience in Family Law Cases

Audrey has broad experience in a variety of family law matters, and her background in litigated divorce cases adds a depth of knowledge to her work on family law appeals and legal research.

Audrey has experience in:

  • Family Law Appeals
  • Child Custody Cases
  • Litigated Divorce
  • Litigation of Child-related and Property-related cases
  • LGBTQ Custody and LGBTQ Divorce
  • Cases involving Family Violence
  • Divorces with Medium- and Large-Sized Estates
  • Legal Research and Writing.

Audrey has also served as a Mediator in dozens of cases after completing a 40-Hour Basic Mediation Course at the Dispute Resolution Center, Austin, Texas.

Handling Cases Throughout Texas

Audrey has handled contested Family Law cases in counties throughout Texas.  These include Dallas, Travis, Bexar, Williamson, Hays, Bastrop, Burnet, and Caldwell counties.

Professional Memberships

Audrey has been licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas since 2001.  She has also been a member of the Austin Bar Association, Family Law Section and the Dallas Bar Association.

Publications & Speaking

  • Co-Author, Dudley, K., OMG, So Mad @ the EX! #Divorce 2018, State Bar of Texas Marriage Dissolution 101 CLE Course, Dallas, Texas, April 2018
  • Author, Texas and the Nation Re-Evaluating Marriage and Same-Sex Rights, Texas Paralegal Journal, Summer 2014 Issue
  • Speaker, Social Media Strategies Around Discovery, Investigation, and Marketing, Austin Bar Association Bench Bar CLE Course, Austin, Texas, April 2014
  • Author and Speaker, Facebook, Twitter and Beyond – Legally Getting the Evidence, State Bar of Texas “Sex, Drugs & Surveillance,” CLE Course, Houston, Texas, January 2014
  • Author, That’s What She Said: What You Need to Know About Tweeting, Posting, Surfing, Emailing, and Texting If You Are Going Through a Divorce, Texas Bar Journal, 2013
  • Speaker, The Effects of Intimate Partner Abuse on Children, “Family Law Essentials Seminar” CLE Course, San Marcos, Texas, September 2013
  • Author and Speaker, Opening and Closing Arguments, State Bar of Texas “Handling Your 1st Divorce” CLE Course, Austin, Texas, January 2013
  • Speaker, Custody Issues, Austin Bar Association’s “Divorce Basics” CLE Course, Austin, Texas, December 2012
  • Author and Speaker, Family Law Basics, CLE presentation at the Office of the Attorney General, Austin, Texas, Fall 2012
  • Author and Speaker, Family Law, National Business Institute “Representing Service Members & Veterans” CLE Course, Austin, Texas, Fall 2011
  • Video Presentation, Child Support Issues for Prisoners, Texas Access to Justice Commission, Austin, Texas, Spring 2011
  • Author and Speaker, Defending Against Protective Orders, Travis County CAFA Seminar, Austin, Texas, Fall 2009

Volunteer Experience

Audrey values the privilege of being a lawyer and has a strong commitment to giving back to her community through pro bono legal services.  She has represented clients in pro bono cases for Volunteer Legal Services in Austin, Texas and for the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program in Dallas, Texas.