AttorneyAllen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP
Whitney’s practice focuses on public finance, urban development law, and local government regulation. Whitney works with special purpose districts, such as municipal utility districts, public improvement districts, and municipal management districts, both in the role of general counsel and bond counsel.
Education and Professional Background. Louisiana State University (B.A. 1999); Sigma Tau Delta; The University of Mississippi School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2009); Federal Law Clerk to the Honorable Bill Parker, Chief Judge United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Texas; Judicial Intern to the Honorable Paul E. Danielson, Associate Justice Supreme Court of Arkansas. Prior to joining the Firm, Whitney’s practice focused on corporate restructuring, business bankruptcy, and commercial litigation matters.
Member. State Bar of Texas: Admitted 2009; Houston Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, National Association of Bond Lawyers.