As one of the oldest and most well-respected eminent domain firms in Texas, Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP is proud of its reputation. A part of being a good citizen of Texas is involvement in the community.
All of our attorneys believe in giving back to the community. Many of our Texas eminent domain attorneys are members of professional organizations and have lectured extensively to help educate other professionals and the public on eminent domain issues. Many of our lawyers have a career history of working as public servants. Others volunteer on boards and with community groups and charitable organizations.
Our memberships, community involvement and activities, past and present, include:
- Chairing annual CLE conferences on Eminent Domain in Austin and Houston
- Lecturing at various speaking engagements
- Chairing committees on condemnation for the American Bar Association
- On the Board of the Anti-Defamation League
- On the Board of Breakthrough Austin
- Membership in the State Bar of Texas
- Membership in legal fraternities
- Membership on various boards of directors including the Frost National Bank Advisory Board of Directors
- Membership in Sunturians
- Volunteering with Homes for the Homeless
- Membership in the Austin Disaster Relief network
At Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP, our involvement with the greater Texas community will never be limited to representing clients with strong and knowledgeable legal advocacy. We know there is more.
News & Resources
Eminent Domain Reform Bill Filed at Legislature
January 25, 2019
Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and Rep. DeWayne Burns have filed companion bills in the Legislature that would reform the eminent domain system in Texas (Senate Bill 421 and House Bill 991). Similar bills have been filed in prior Legislative sessions, but have failed.
Article on Border Wall by Barron Adler Lawyers Published in ABA Solo, Small Firm & General Practice Magazine
January 22, 2019
An article about the border wall and unique legal issues associated with it, written by Barron Adler lawyers Roy Brandys, Nick Laurent, and Blaire Knox, has been published in the American Bar Association Solo, Small Firm & General Practice Section Magazine. The article is a re-print of the same article that was previously published in the ABA Real Property, Trusts & Estate Law Section Magazine. A lengthier version of the article has also been published in the ABA Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal, Vol 53, No. 1 (Spring 2018).
Plains All American Pipeline Makes $1 Million Grant Available to Brown County
January 14, 2019
The Brownwood Bulletin reports that Plains All American Pipeline has offered to make $1 million available for grants to public safety agencies that are within 30 miles of the company’s Permian Basin to Houston pipeline. The pipeline will cross through the norther portion of Brown County, and the company also plans to build a second pipeline through the norther part of the County.