Amy Teague

Amy Teague

Amy joined the firm as an associate attorney in September 2023 after graduating magna cum laude from the Texas Tech University School of Law. While in law school, Amy served as a Comment Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, conducted legal research for the National Agricultural Law Center, served as a mediator for the Lubbock County Dispute Resolution Center, and received multiple distinction awards for her academic performance. In her spare time, Amy enjoys riding horses and working cattle on her family ranch in Hamlin, Texas.


  • Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D., 2023, magna cum laude
    • Texas Tech Law Review, Comment Editor
    • Awards
      • Distinction Award for academic performance in Legal Practice
      • Distinction Award for academic performance in Texas Land Titles
      • Distinction Award for academic performance in Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic
      • Distinction Award for academic performance in Wind Law
      • Top Grade Award for academic performance in Texas Mineral Titles
      • Top Grade Award for academic performance in Vineyard and Winery Law
    • Involvement
      • The International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi, Member
      • Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law, Scholar
      • Agricultural Law Association, Secretary
      • Energy Law Interest Group, Member
      • Estate and Property Law Society, Member
    • Publications
      • Amy M. Blake, How a New Farm Bill with a Twist on Conservation Easements Can Save the Environment and the Family Farm, 54 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 4 (2022).
  • Colorado State University, B.S., 2019
    • Major: Business Administration
      • Concentrations: Organization & Innovation Management, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship
    • Awards
      • Outstanding Member, Pre-Law
    • Involvement
      • National Honor Society, Member
      • National Society of Leadership and Success, Member

Areas of Practice:

  • Agricultural Law
  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Oil, Gas, and Natural Resources Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Mediation
  • Real Estate Law

Professional Licensure and Affiliations:

  • State Bar of Texas – Admitted to Practice in October 2023
  • Abilene Bar Association
  • Abilene Young Professionals

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