Amanda Thurman is a native Texan and Dallasite so it’s only fitting that her areas of practice – oil & gas and real estate & construction – are also closely tied to the state and city she still calls home.
Amanda has represented clients in purchase and sale transactions and has helped draft purchase and sale agreements, assignments and closing documents. Her work also includes research related to land use and development, as well as landlord/tenant issues and property owners’ associations. Amanda enjoys working with the seasoned team at Carrington Coleman to accomplish her clients’ goals and resolve their concerns.
Baylor Law School
J.D., magna cum laude, 2013
Baylor Law Review, 2011-2013; Senior Executive Editor, 2012-2013
Texas A&M University
B.A., summa cum laude, 2008
Phi Beta Kappa
Dallas Bar Association, Real Property Law Section.
Attorneys Serving the Community.
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Lawyers Serving Children Committee.
Texas Bar Association, Real Estate, Probate & Trust Section.
Represent buyers and sellers in purchase/sale transactions, including drafting purchase and sale agreements and conveyance documents, title review, closing preparation and post-closing matters.
Assisted in the representation of an oil and gas producer in sale of West Virginia properties.
Research and analysis of statutory requirements and legal issues relevant to representation of property owners, developers, lenders, landlords/tenants, and oil and gas operators.
Author, PlainsCapital Bank v. Martin: Re-examining Debtors’ Rights in a Post-Foreclosure Deficiency Suit, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2015 Issue Three).
Author, Mineral Coverage Under Texas Title Insurance Policies: An Overview of T-19 Endorsements, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2014 Issue Three).