Ledbetter, who has been a member of the TADC (www.TADC.org)
At Davis & Wilkerson, Ledbetter focuses on commercial and civil litigation, personal injury trial law (defense), employment law, construction litigation, professional liability, first party insurance defense, products litigation, and appellate law.
That diverse practice experience, said Ledbetter, has given her a strong foundation, enabling her to excel as TADC board member (1995), and more recently as an officer of the organization.
She added that she may not have been able to take a leadership position with the Counsel were it not for Davis & Wilkerson’s philosophy of encouraging its attorneys to participate in both the legal and local communities.
“Davis & Wilkerson recognizes that giving back to the community creates opportunities for professional growth,” said Ledbetter. “Ultimately, the client wins because they are being served by more capable attorneys.”
Ledbetter is on track to become president of the organization, only the second female president in 54 years.
About Davis & Wilkerson
Davis & Wilkerson (www.dwlaw.com)
The commitment extends to its charitable work as well. It has regularly contributed funds and expertise to help individuals and families receive cost-free legal assistance through the Volunteer Legal Services (VLS) of Central Texas. This contribution was recognized in 2006 when the firm received the prestigious Joseph P. Hart Award, which is given each year to a firm that demonstrates the integrity and commitment to provide legal assistance for those without the ability to obtain that assistance on their own. In addition to D&W’s involvement with VLS, the firm’s attorneys and staff contribute time and money in service to more than two dozen other charitable Austin organizations.