Marcy Winter Wilkins

Getting to Know Marcy Winter Wilkins


Marcy Winter Wilkins joined the Business Group of Houston-based law firm BoyarMiller in June 2018. Her practice is primarily devoted to representing businesses and individuals in a variety of commercial real estate, residential real estate, and business negotiations and transactions, including acquisitions, leasing, and entity formation.

Prior to joining BoyarMiller, Wilkins was an associate at a boutique firm in Waco, Texas, working on various commercial real estate and business matters, including both transactional work and complex litigation, as well as construction contracts, consulting contracts, and vendor contracts. In addition to serving clients, Wilkins worked as an adjunct professor at Baylor Law, where she taught a second-year course in transactional writing. Her strong communication skills enable her to help clients understand complex information.

Wilkins graduated from Colorado State University summa cum laude in 2010 and then moved to Waco to attend Baylor Law. In law school, Wilkins served as the Managing Senior Executive Editor for Baylor Law Review. Her article regarding the nature and development of restrictive covenants was published in the Fall 2013 volume of Baylor Law Review

Wilkin's love of long distance running has helped her appreciate the importance of perseverance and passion, and she brings those same qualities to her legal practice. She is committed to delivering quality work for her clients on a consistent basis.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Commercial Real Estate
Residential Real Estate
Corporate Business negotiations and transactions
Litigation

BAR ADMISSIONS

Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Western District of Texas

EDUCATION

Baylor Law, Waco, TX
J.D. cum laude

Colorado State University
B.B.A. summa cum laude

PUBLISHED WORKS

""A Touchy Subject: Has the Restatement Replaced the Touch and Concern Doctrine with an Equally Troublesome Test," Baylor Law Review, Fall, 2013.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Pro Bono Service Award, 2016

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

State Bar of Texas

PRO BONO ACTIVITIES

2015-2016 Class of Leadership Waco
The G.H. Paper Foundation
Junior League of Waco, Former Member