Munsch Hardt is growing its litigation and real estate practice groups with the addition of two associates.
“We are proud to welcome these associates to the Munsch Hardt family, both of whom previously worked with our attorneys during the 2015 Summer Program,” said Phil Appenzeller, CEO of Munsch Hardt. “With each of their impressive backgrounds, we are confident in their abilities to begin immediately contributing and producing significant results for our clients in the real estate and litigation groups.”
The three associates joining the firm are:
- Connor Best: Litigation, Austin
A graduate of The University of Texas School of Law, Best was an editor for The Review of Litigation where he assisted in publishing Vol. 33 and 34. Having worked as a law clerk at Munsch Hardt in the summer of 2014, he went on to serve as a judicial clerk for Justice Jeffrey S. Boyd at the Supreme Court of Texas immediately following his graduation from law school. Best obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Abilene Christian University.
- Aynsley K. Young: Litigation, Dallas
A graduate of Baylor University School of Law, Young was a Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship recipient and involved in the Baylor Public Interest Legal Society. Before joining Munsch Hardt this fall, she clerked at Munsch Hardt, KoonsFulller P.C. and Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee, PLLC. Young obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Baylor University.