Veronica Law - Brackett & Ellis, P.C.
Brackett & Ellis, P.C.
100 Main St
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Brackett & Ellis, P.C.
University of Colorado
Veronica Chavez Law has been a Shareholder and Director with Brackett & Ellis, P.C. since 2014, focusing her practice on complex commercial real estate transactions and financial institution representation. Veronica has worked in the legal industry since 1995, working at some of the top law firms in the region as well as serving as general counsel for a corporation. She is licensed to practice law in all state courts in Texas and Colorado.
Veronica has over 25 years of experience handling an array of transactional work for businesses and individuals. She has represented clients in financial transactions, real estate transactions, and business transactions.
Veronica graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with Business Emphasis, magna cum laude. During college, she put her exceptional research and writing skills to work as a research assistant in economics. Subsequently, she earned her law degree from University of Colorado Law School in 1995. During law school, Veronica was elected to serve as President of her graduating class, and she also served as a research assistant in property and water law.
Her awards are numerous and diverse. She has been recognized by both her community and within the legal profession. Some of her more notable honors include being selected as one of Fort Worth’s 400 Most Influential People by Fort Worth Magazine for 2022, being selected by her legal peers for inclusion as a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star, and achieving the Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished Rating for High Professional Achievement.
Veronica is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, and Tarrant County Bar Association, where she previously served as President of the Women’s Section and as a previous Director. In addition to her legal industry involvement, she is also a Licensed Agent by the Texas Real Estate Commission and a member of the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth.
Her community is a huge part of her life, and Veronica devotes much of her time outside of work to various Fort Worth nonprofit, community-building, and charitable endeavors. She has served as Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for Fort Worth Sister Cities International, President of the Board of Directors for Leadership Fort Worth, on the Advisory Committee for Tarrant County District 9 for the Minority/Women Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE), and much more.
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