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Cynthia L. Biggers represents individuals who face criminal charges or face losing the professional license that allows them to make a living. She represents individuals whose civil rights have been violated – at school, on the job, by businesses, or by governmental agencies. And Cynthia represents individuals who have been injured in car accidents or by defective products.
She has spent most her career as a trial lawyer in private practice, with the exception of three years at Advocacy Inc. (a non-profit legal services office now known as Disability Rights Texas), as the Managing Attorney for the Central Texas Region.
She often co-counsels or consults on cases with her husband, Willie Schmerler, a partner at Scanlan, Buckle & Young. Like Willie, she was a newspaper reporter and then an investigator before attending law school. Cynthia’s from Goldsmith, Texas, graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in journalism, and her law degree is from the University of Houston.