CURRICULUM VITAE OF MARGARET K. SCHULMAN
Margaret K. Schulman graduated with honors and a degree in
English from the University of Florida in 1974, and also
earned her masters degree in Education form the University of
Florida in 1976. She graduated with her law degree from the
University of Houston School of Law in 1985 and was admitted
to practice in Texas in 1985. Ms Schulman is admitted to
practice law in the State of Texas and before many federal
courts, including the Eastern and Northern United States
District Courts of Texas as well as the Court of Appeals for
the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans.
The current focus of Ms. Schulman's practice is Employment
law, Wills and Probate, and representing small business owners
in regard to their civil litigation and transactional
Ms. Schulman began her legal career as a law clerk to the
Honorable Carlos C. Cadena, Chief Justice of the Fourth Court
of Appeals in San Antonio. During the course of her legal
career, Ms. Schulman has accepted invitations to speak and
teach professionally in Texas, Florida, North Carolina and
Washington with regard to matters involving employment law
insurance and legal ethics. She also taught for several years
as an adjunct professor in the Legal Research Writing and
Advocacy Program at Southern Methodist University Dedman
School of Law.
Ms. Schulman's professional affiliations include
memberships in the Texas Bar Association, Dallas Bar
Association and the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program.
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