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Holly G. McIntush

Thompson & Horton LLP

Houston, TX, USA

Holly G. McIntush has experience in civil and appellate litigation, practicing in state and federal courts. She currently focuses her practice on the representation of public schools and colleges and is a member of the firm's trial team for Fort Bend I.S.D. v. Robert Scott, challenging the constitutionality of the Texas school finance system.  Prior to joining Thompson & Horton, Ms. McIntush litigated complex healthcare fraud cases for the Texas Attorney General's Office and served as a clerk for Justice Diane Henson on the Texas Third Court of Appeals.  Before attending law school, she spent four years as the Legislative Director for Texas State Representative Scott Hochberg, focusing on public education and school finance policy, and one year as a Research Specialist for the Office of House Bill Analysis, focusing on public education and health and human services legislation.

While in law school, Ms. McIntush clerked for the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago. She also represented parents and children in child protection cases through NYU Law's Family Defense Clinic and Children's Rights Clinic, co-founded the Suspension Representation Project, through which law students represent New York City public school students in school disciplinary proceedings, and served as a Notes Editor for the Journal of Legislation and Public Policy.


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