Amicus Ad Litem
Member, Travis County Bar Association
Board Member, Hays County Bar Association, 2005- 2012 Secretary, 

    Since 2012 -Vice President
Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity
Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
Founder, Dripping Springs Bar Association

Hill Country Collaborative Law Group, 2004 - 2009 Vice President, 2009 - Current President
Hays County Local Rules Chairperson, 2013 - Present
Austin Collaborative Law Group, 2000- 2005 Marketing Director
Iota Tau Tau Legal Sorority
Pro Bono College Membership
Order of the Barristers
Board Member for Hays- Caldwell County Women’s Center, 2010 to 2015
Course Director of Hays County Bench Bar, 2011 – Present
Course Director and Sponsor of DSISD Dating Violence Mock Trial 2011 – Present

Public Speaker, publications, academic appointments & Honors

What Women Need to Know About Divorce, Second Saturday Workshop, 2006—present
What To Do Two Hours Before You Call Your First Witness,
    The Ultimate Trial Notebook, San Antonio, Texas, December 2009
Mediation and Collaborative, District Clerk of Texas, Kerrville, Texas, September 2008
Collaborative Law in the Hill Country, Dripping Springs, Texas, July 2006
Law Office Management—Clients, Accounting and Billing, Solo and Small Section of the

    Austin Bar, January 26, 2006
Collaborative Law, People’s Law School at the University of Texas in Austin, February 2006
Custody in Texas, People’s Law School at the University of Texas in Austin, February 2006
OIL—Jumpstart Your Life After 40, Women’s Power Group, November 2005
Collaborative Law, People’s Law School at the University of Texas in Austin, February 2005
Custody in Texas, People’s Law School at the University of Texas in Austin, February 2005
Collaborative Law-Mini Review, San Marcos, Texas, December 2004
Interest Based Negotiations in Collaborative Law, Hays County Bar Luncheon, Dec. 2004
Collaborative Law—No It Is Not the New Hippie Way to Practice Law, Hays County Bar

    Luncheon, May 2004
Keeping the Children out of the Fray, Riverbend Church, Austin, Texas, 2001—2003
Keeping the Children out of the Fray, Dripping Springs Independent School District, 2002
Marriage Dissolution, People’s Law School at the University of Texas in Austin, 1996
Family Law Decisions and Children in the Juvenile Justice System, La Grange, 2012
Be Brave and Fight Like a Girl, October 2013, Speaker
Relay for Life Volunteer Speaker, March 2014
Dating Violence Mock Trial Course Director, 2012–Present
Relay for Life Speaker, April 2015
Speaker for Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals, June 26, 2015
Speaker and Panel Member for “Professionalism,” October 1, 2015, Hays County Bench Bar
Speaker for “QDRO’s – Post Decree Division of Property ‘New Suit? Or Same Suit?’” Texas

     District Clerk’s Annual Conference, October 2016
Speaker at the Divorce Cases from Start to Finish Paralegal’s Conference, May 2017

Young Hearts Matter Activist of the Year, 2017 Recipient from Texas Council on Family

     Violence

Unless otherwise noted in website -- Not Certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Sarah K. Brandon, Family Law Attorney

B. S. University of Texas, Arlington, 1990

J.D. Oklahoma City University School of Law, 1993

LOCATION AND CONTACT

​13062 HWY 290 West, Suite 206

Austin, Texas  78737

512-477-4707 Voice

512-477-2770 Fax


By Special Appointment Only

2901 Bee Caves Road, Box L

Austin, Texas  78746

Sarah K. Brandon

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FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Sarah K. Brandon