During the 16th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar held on September 9-10, 2021, Jackson Walker attorney Sue Ayers will share how teaching English in alternative high schools prepared her for a career as a trial attorney, and will provide attendees with 10 tips for “winning” at cross-examination. Presented by the University of Texas School of Law, the Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar will provide insights on recent legislative and case law updates and rule changes.
For more information about the upcoming live webcast, view the conference webpage.
“Effective Cross-Examination at SOAH: I Fought the Law… And the Law Won”
Susan Dillon Ayers represents condemnors in all aspects of land acquisition, including negotiation of easements and crossing agreements, the purchase of real property in fee simple, condemnation, and appeal. Sue has appeared in state and federal court in cases involving land use issues, eminent domain, personal injury, wrongful death, toxic tort, free speech, and professional malpractice. She is a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation and a sought-after speaker and writer on eminent domain issues. Outside of her practice, Sue actively serves on the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Foundation and is a mentor for the UT Law School Women’s Law Caucus.