Kristin Elaine Zachman
- Construction Litigation
- Federal Contracts
Kristin focuses her practice in government contract law, prime/subcontractor disputes, and federal administrative law including bid protests and contract claims. She also represents the interests of contractors, small businesses, and vendors in construction litigation on private construction projects.
Kristin is true Texan at heart. Born and raised in San Antonio, she graduated from Trinity University with a Bachelor's of English and a Minor in Business Administration Legal Studies. During her college career she interned for Chief U.S. District Judge Fred Biery at the United States District Court Western District of Texas. After her internship ended she worked as a legal assistant for Bailey & Bailey P.C. Her experiences in the legal field encouraged her to pursue a career in the legal profession.
At Baylor Law School, Kristin not only competed in the school’s Moot Court tournament but also The National Security Law Moot Court Competition at George Washington University Law School. Throughout law school she continued to work as a legal assistant for Bailey & Bailey, PC. After graduating from Baylor Law School, she became a full-time associate, where she continues her practice to this day.
Kristin's experience and passion for law drive her to work tirelessly on behalf of her clients.
- Baylor University School of Law, Waco, Texas
- J.D. - 2011
- Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
- B.A. - 2008
- Major: English
- Minor: Business Administration Legal Studies
- Texas, 2012
- U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
- Federal Claims Court, 2014
Fraternities or Sororities
- Sigma Theta Tau
- Phi Alpha Delta
- San Antonio Bar Association, Member, Present
- San Antonio Young Lawyers Association, Member, 2012 to Present
Current Employment Position