When Brenda Crawford is not serving clients, she is serving the community. Currently, Ms. Crawford is the facilitator for the Twice Pardoned program where she works with kids in the juvenile justice system with the goal of helping them see that they have the ability to choose to do better. Additionally, she is a commissioner for the Leander Ethics Committee, serves on the Leander Character Initiative committee, the Williamson County Bar Women’s section, the Georgetown Women’s Republican Club, is a member of the Leander Chamber of Commerce and volunteers several hours a month at her church, where she is a volunteer career coach, Sunday School teacher and advisor for single members. In the past, she has spent countless hours volunteering in the schools, where she has created programs for at-risk, learning challenged children, lectured in psychology classes and served on dozens of committees both at the school and district level.
Ms. Crawford attended UC Hasting, College of the Law in San Francisco, the oldest law school in California and one of the nations top law schools. She graduated in 2005. Ms. Crawford moved to Texas in 2013 and became licensed in Texas in 2015. Prior to joining the Fowler Law Firm, PC., Ms. Crawford worked as a Texas prosecutor and owned her own firm. Ms. Crawford loves the law and loves that she has the opportunity to work on all types of clients at the Fowler Law Firm.
Ms. Crawford is happily married and the mother of two children. In her spare time she loves to socialize with friends, watch football, play sports, read, shop and cook.
J.D., UC Hastings, College of the Law in San Francisco, 2005
State Bar of Texas