I have been practicing law throughout Central Texas since 2006. Michel Simer and joined forces in 2011, creating Simer & Tetens, which continues to thrive and grow today.
I originally came to Waco in 1997 to attend Baylor University, where I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. Following that, I received my Juris Doctorate from Baylor Law School in 2005.
As a small town attorney, my practice areas have varied from civil litigation to criminal defense. Whether it’s a family will, forming a new business entity, or if you’ve been accused of a crime, my knowledge and experience with the law and the local courts make me an asset to have on your team.
When I’m not in court, I am involved in many community endeavors, including President of the Bellmead Chamber of Commerce and President of the Rapport Academy School Board. I also previously served as Treasurer for the African American Chamber of Commerce, and I currently sit on the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee.