Faculty Profile: Stacy Rogers Sharp
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Stacy Rogers Sharp has served with the Texas Law faculty for more than a decade, having taught on the topics of advanced writing for litigation, predictive legal writing, legal research, oral advocacy, and brief writing.
Ms. Sharp practices as a litigation research and writing consultant for Austin & San Antonio law firms, including Hutcheson Bowers LLLP and Burgess Law P.C. A civil litigator, her practice includes appellate and trial-level advocacy and covers employment, intellectual-property, and general commercial matters. She joined the faculty after practicing with Baker Botts LLP's Austin office, and has served as President of Austin's chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Ms. Sharp is an alumna of the University of Texas School of Law, where she was a Teaching Quizmaster, a Chancellor, Order of the Coif, a Texas Law Fellowships recipient, and a member of the Texas Law Review. She also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Nathan Hecht of the Texas Supreme Court. Ms. Sharp began her career by clerking for the Honorable Lee Yeakel, District Judge of the Western District of Texas.