Wittliff Cutter Fellowship Program

Wittliff Cutter Fellowship Program

Wittliff Cutter is thrilled to announce the creation of the 2020 Wittliff Cutter Fellowship to provide training, development and work experience in a law firm environment to an outstanding Texas law school graduate. Wittliff Cutter started the Fellowship to build on our commitment to the local legal community and our commitment to diversity in the profession during this challenging time. Devon O. Asphall is the firm’s first Fellow. Wittliff Cutter is proud to welcome Devon to the firm.

Wittliff Cutter Welcomes New Attorneys

Wittliff Cutter Welcomes New Attorneys

Wittliff | Cutter PLLC continues to expand its litigation and corporate practice with the addition of new Partners Anand Nair and Jennifer Rappoport and Of Counsel Kayna Levy. Anand Nair Anand joined the firm after serving in senior in-house roles at multiple large...
Partner Karen Vladeck Appointed to Board of Code2College

Partner Karen Vladeck Appointed to Board of Code2College

Wittliff Cutter is pleased to announce that Partner Karen Vladeck has been appointed as a Board Member of Code2College. Code2College is a non-profit origination based in Austin, TX whose mission is to increase the number of minority and low-income high school students who enter and excel in STEM undergraduate majors and careers. By partnering with a wide-range of companies in Central Texas, Code2College places local high school students in a multi-year, career prep and college access program that leverages local volunteer technical talent to teach coding and web development skills to traditionally underrepresented students.

Partners María Amelia Calaf and Ryan Botkin and Jennifer Hopgood of the Office of the Texas Attorney General Author Anti-SLAPP Paper

Partners María Amelia Calaf and Ryan Botkin and Jennifer Hopgood of the Office of the Texas Attorney General Author Anti-SLAPP Paper

Curious to learn more about Texas’s Anti-SLAPP statute? Or wanting to get an update on recent important decisions by the Texas Supreme Court? Read the summary paper authored by WCA partners María Amelia Calaf and Ryan Botkin and Jennifer Hopgood of the Office of the Texas Attorney General on Texas Citizens Participation Act: Current and Future Boundaries of “Anti-SLAPP” for a thorough overview of the law and practical tips for state law practitioners.