From the Baylor Law School Admissions Catalog: “For Brittany Wray, a summer clerkship at Tate Moerer & King, LLP, during law school blossomed into a job offer from the Richmond, Texas law firm. The firm’s focus on civil litigation afforded Wray opportunities to hone her skills as a trial lawyer under the direct tutelage of the firm’s named partners. Equally important to Wray is the firm’s deep-rooted tradition of public service. The recipient of the 2012 Law Student Pro Bono Award from the Texas Access to Justice Commission, Wray is able to continue her work to help those who cannot afford an attorney. In just her first year at Tate Moerer & King, Wray dedicated 200+ hours to representing pro bono clients in variety of legal matters.”

Texas Access to Justice Commission 2012 Pro Bono Award