Bethany Gingras focuses her practice on commercial litigation in both state and federal courts, ranging from business disputes and breaches of contract to fiduciary litigation, employment law, and property disputes.  In addition, Bethany assists with real estate transactions and appellate matters.  Practicing on both sides of the docket, Bethany thrives on developing the strategy of a case to reach the optimal outcome for her clients.

Bethany graduated cum laude from Baylor Law School.  Her article, “Trying to Make Lemonade out of Lemon v. Kurtzman” analyzing Supreme Court precedent in Establishment Clause cases was selected for publication by the Baylor Law Review.  In addition, Bethany served on the editorial board of the Baylor Law Review as Managing Senior Executive Editor.  While living in McLennan County, Bethany served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), a volunteer advocacy program for abused or neglected children.  She also volunteered her time working with Baylor’s Naturalization and Veterans clinics.

Prior to attending law school, Bethany lived in Madrid, Spain for two years where she taught English as a Second Language.  A Florida native, Bethany graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida where she was a member of the Delta Zeta sorority and Equestrian Team.

Proud to call Austin home, Bethany enjoys hiking in the Hill Country, gardening, and playing with her tri-paw’d cat, Baxter, whom she adopted from Austin Pets Alive.