Haynes and Boone Attorney Named To Board of Houston West Chamber

March 21, 2006

Roy Reynolds
Haynes and Boone, LLP
713.547.2098 (office)
214.704.3058 (cell)

HOUSTON – Haynes and Boone LLP, an international corporate law firm, announced Tuesday that partner Dulcie Wink has been named to the board of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Wink, a partner in the firm’s business litigation section, has been involved with the HWCOC for a number of years, most recently through the West Houston Leadership Institute.  During her more than 10 years of legal practice, she has represented a wide variety of clients, including banks, manufacturers, distributors, health care providers, recruiters, real estate developers, securities brokerage houses, insurance companies, commercial property owners and commercial property managers.   She has also defended media outlets against accusations of libel and slander.

A 1983 magna cum laude graduate of Texas A&M University, Ms. Wink earned a law degree as a 1995 magna cum laude graduate of South Texas College of Law.

The HWCOC represents business throughout the busy west side of Houston, which includes the expansive Petroleum Corridor.  Through seminars, networking events and other methods, the business advocacy group provides a support structure for current west Houston businesses, while encouraging others to expand into the area.

Haynes and Boone, LLP is an international corporate law firm with 10 offices throughout Texas, Washington, D.C., Mexico City, Moscow and New York providing a full spectrum of legal services to clients around the world. With more than 450 attorneys, Haynes and Boone is ranked among the largest law firms in the nation by National Law Journal.  The firm has been recognized as one of the "20 Best Law Firms to Work For,” one of the “Best Corporate Law Firms in America” and has received the Minority Corporate Counsel Association’s Thomas L. Sager Award for commitment to diversity.

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