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The law firm of Farrow-Gillespie & Heath LLP provides a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals.
FGH attorneys are committed to excellence in client communications and the practice of law.
Located in downtown Dallas since 2007, the woman-owned law firm of Farrow-Gillespie & Heath is dedicated to your legal and financial well-being.
FGH is pleased to announce that Jennifer Lewis has become a partner in the firm. Jennifer practices estate planning, corporate law, and taxation. She received her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 2008, and her Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from Texas A&M University in 2005. Ms. Lewis was recently named the "One to Watch" by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. She has been an associate with the firm since 2008.
Partner Rhonda Hunter is a panelist for the Dallas Bar Association's seminar entitled “Uncovering Implicit Bias and Understanding its Effects,” on January 22, 2016. Ms. Hunter is a board-certified family lawyer, and was recently named one of the 500 most powerful business leaders in Dallas by DCEO Magazine.
Angela Hunt has become a board member of the Greater Dallas Planning Council. The GDPC's mission is to shape, promote and advocate a creative sustainable future for the Dallas region. Ms. Hunt is a former Dallas City Councilmember and now counsels clients in zoning, land use, and economic development matters.
Mary L. O'Connor has joined Farrow-Gillespie & Heath LLP as a partner. Mary's practice focuses on representing public companies and their officers and directors in securities litigation and arbitration, internal investigations, and regulatory proceedings. Ms. O'Connor is a graduate of Stanford Law School and Bryn Mawr College. She was formerly a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.
Jennifer Lewis has been named the "One to Watch" by the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers for December. This honor is awarded to one young Dallas attorney per month by vote of the attorney's peers in DAYL. Reasons cited by the organization for naming Jennifer Lewis include her "dedication to the DAYL, her commitment to excellence in serving her clients, and her passion for service, both in Dallas and abroad."
Jessica Dunne has joined the firm as an associate in our probate practice. Jessica is a 2011 cum laude graduate of Baylor Law School, and holds a B.A. in psychology from Texas A&M University. Her primary practice areas are probate proceedings, probate litigation and guardianship litigation. Welcome, Jessica!
We are so proud of partner Rhonda Hunter, who has been named to the list of the 500 Most Powerful Business Leaders in Dallas-Fort Worth. The list, published by D Magazine CEO, represents "the most powerful top executives in more than 60 business categories . . . the people who really run Dallas-Fort Worth business."
Liza Farrow-Gillespie spoke at a recent meeting of the Turtle Creek Breakfast Club at the Dallas Country Club. Her topic was "Voyage of a Lifetime," a discussion of Liza's six-year two-person sailing circumnavigation aboard a 54-foot sailboat.
FGH partner Chris Wilmoth, formerly judge of Probate Court No. 2 of Dallas County, spoke recently at a meeting of the downtown Dallas Altrusa Club (Altrusa International of Dallas, Texas, Inc.). Thank you, Altrusa!
Partner Angela Hunt and senior associate Jennifer Snow have assisted our wonderful client the Aldredge House to prevail at City Hall in the recent bid to force them to close their doors. Congratulations to everyone who worked together to keep this Dallas institution alive and well.