James ‘Jim’ BooneManaging PartnerAllen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP
Mr. Boone’s practice focuses on urban development, including representing as general counsel and bond counsel a great number of special districts that construct and provide water, sewer, and drainage infrastructure for new land development projects. Mr. Boone works with both private companies and public entities on construction, financing, and operational water, sewer, and drainage matters. He assists a broad range of developers on many complex, master planned community projects located in the greater Houston area, including the City of Houston, Pearland, League City, Alvin, Manvel, Richmond, Rosenberg, Texas City, Iowa Colony, and Katy, and has worked in the greater Austin area, including Bastrop, Bee Cave, Lakeway, Round Rock, and Cedar Park. Mr. Boone also is extensively involved in business development for the Firm and engaged in management of the Firm as Managing Partner.
Education and Professional Background. The University of Texas (B.A., highest honors, 1972); Phi Beta Kappa; University of Edinburg, Scotland (postgraduate studies, 1972- 1973); The University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1977); Texas Law Review; City of Austin, Community Development Department, 1973-1974.
Member. State Bar of Texas, Houston Bar Association, American Bar Association, National Association of Bond Lawyers.