Barbara Boulware-Wells
Barbara Boulware-Wells, partner, has served as City
Attorney and Assistant City Attorney for numerous home-
rule and general law cities throughout Texas.  Barbara’s
early career was spent as corporate counsel for an
international environmental and engineering firm and then
as staff attorney for the Texas Natural Resource
Conservation Commission (now the Texas Commission on
Environmental Quality) and the Texas Railroad
Commission.  She has provided legal representation in the
areas of zoning, annexations, and land use, water and
utility matters, and employment and labor law.  Barbara
has litigated in the areas of EEOC and other personnel
claims and suits, eminent domain and other land use
matters, and administrative actions involving water,
wastewater and environmental challenges.  She has
additional extensive experience in municipal court having
served as prosecutor to over 25 different cities. Barbara
currently serves as President of the Civil Service
Commission of Cedar Park and has served on the Charter
Review Commission and the 4(B) Economic Development
Board.  She has presented legal papers and has spoken at
various state and local conferences and training seminars.
She has testified during State Legislative sessions
concerning land use matters and assisted in drafting
legislation regarding zoning, vesting and land use.  In 2009,
Barbara also received the Certificate of Merit in Municipal
Law from the Texas City Attorneys Association.  

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