Amy Magee, Senior Attorney for Community Colleges
Amy joined TASB Legal Services in 2003. As part of her role, Amy develops and reviews community college districts’ legal and local policies. She is also a frequent presenter at local, regional, and statewide training events on a number of legal topics impacting the colleges, including governance, business, employee, student, and community issues.
During her tenure, Amy has authored or contributed to a number of publications and training programs, including the Technology in Schools, Bullying and Harassment in Schools, and Religion in the Public Schools programs. Amy also served for a number of years as an editor of the school district legal policy manual.
Amy received her bachelor of science in psychology with University and Foundation honors from Texas A&M University in May 1999. In 2002, Amy graduated from the University of Texas School of Law. During law school, Amy served with TASB as a law clerk for two years.
Amy is a member of the Texas Association of Community College Attorneys, the State Bar of Texas school law section, the Texas Council of School Attorneys, and the National Council of School Attorneys. Over the years, Amy has also been actively involved in her local community. Currently, Amy volunteers with ZACH Theatre and the Junior League of Austin.