• Municipal Law
  • Economic Development
  • Land Use


Eileen’s practice focuses exclusively on representing small municipalities, economic development corporations, and other governmental entities in the Abilene area. Eileen provides representation and counsel in a broad range of areas including: contracts, real estate transactions, human resources, administrative and regulatory processes and actions, development of policies and procedures, notice and confidentiality issues, open meetings, public information, drafting and review of ordinances, resolutions, and other official documents, annexation, planning and zoning, municipal court prosecution, and code enforcement.

Eileen is currently the City Attorney for Aspermont, Breckenridge, Bronte, Buffalo Gap, Clyde, Colorado City, Eastland, Haskell, and Knox City. Eileen is also counsel for the Lytle Lake Water Control & Improvement District and Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas. She also provides ad hoc services to several other small cities and governmental entities.


University of New Mexico, Bachelor of Arts in English, magna cum laude, 2004
University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2007


  • State Bar of Texas – 2011
  • State Bar of Florida – 2007
  • State Bar of New Mexico – 2010


Eileen grew up largely in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but has also lived in Northern California, Miami, Florida, and Lubbock, Texas. She attended head start and kindergarten in Abilene, Texas while her father was attending Hardin Simmons University. She moved back to Abilene in 2013 after meeting her husband, who was stationed at Dyess Air Force Base. Her husband retired from the Air Force in 2014, after over 21 years of service. Together they have three (very spoiled) dogs.