Miranda C. “Randa” Barton
Miranda Barton (“Randa”) joined the firm in 2015 after practicing business and real estate law in El Paso for several years. Ms. Barton is a seventh-generation Texan from Callahan County and her practice areas include real estate law, business transactions, and banking and finance law. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and graduated with honors from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law.
Current Employment Position(s):
Areas of Practice:
- Business Organizations
- Real Estate
- Business Transactions
- Banking and Finance Law
- Texas, 2012
- SMU Dedman School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 2012
- SMU International Law Review, Articles Editor
- Baylor University, B.A., 2003
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- State Bar of Texas, 2012
- Member: Real Estate and Business sections
- College of the State Bar of Texas, 2014-current
- Texas Young Lawyers’ Association
- Abilene Bar Association
- Abilene Young Professionals
- Rural Land Valuation Issues. National Business Institute Seminar: Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers, September 2014.
- Farm Lease Agreements. National Business Institute Seminar: Estate Planning for Farmers and Ranchers, September 2014.
- Title Examination in Texas and Ethical Considerations Related to Curing Title Defects. National Business Institute Seminar: Title Law in Texas, April 2014.
- NAFTA Update and Trade News Highlights, January–March 2012. Law and Business Review of the Americas 18:2.
- NAFTA Update and Trade News Highlights, August–December 2011. Law and Business Review of the Americas 18:1.
- NAFTA Update and Trade News Highlights, May–July 2011. Law and Business Review of the Americas 17:4.
Articles and Publications:
Agricultural Law — Land Management — How to get an “ag-exemption” and the consequences of losing it — Texas Bar Journal December 2017