Amy Akers
  • St. Mary’s University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
    Juris Doctor, May 2012
  • University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
    Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 2007
  • University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas
  • State Bar of Texas, 2012
  • Pedernales Electric Cooperative
  • District 7 Director
  • Edwards Aquifer Authority
  • District 11 Director

Amy Akers is a corporate transactions lawyer with experience in business transactions, real estate transactions, and intellectual property protection. She advises public and private entities on a broad range of general corporate and commercial matters to include formation, real estate transactions, governance and operations. While attending international business law classes at Beijing University in Beijing, China, Amy clerked at the Jun He Law Offices in Beijing advising on multi-national projects.

Professionally trained in renewable energy law, Amy believes in striking a balance for reliable, sustainable, renewable and affordable energy. Negotiating an Industrial Agreement between a public entity and private energy company, she ultimately increased the public entity’s overall annual budget by more than 210%.

Prior to her legal career Amy worked in the construction industry ensuring the seamless completion of commercial projects where she learned the value in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with government officials, stake holders, investors and the general public. Amy is based in Austin but also covers Central Texas.


• Real Estate Transactions, Zoning and Environmental Law
• Utilities and Administrative Law
• General Counsel Services
• Employment Law
• Business Transactions
• Corporate, Partnership, and Business Formations
• International Investments

  • Outside General and Business Counsel
  • Draft, review and negotiate a wide range of contracts and documents related to day-to-day business, strategic and operational matters
  • Oversee various transactional and employment related matters
  • Advise on corporate governance matters such as manager’s liability, board member’s liability, and stockholder’s rights
  • Conduct formation research and analysis for C corporations, S corporations and partnerships
  • Advise and counsel public and private companies in real estate transactions, utilities, zoning and various other administrative law matters