Winstead Moves to New Austin Office


Austin, TX., May 7, 2024 - Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm with a national client base, announced that its Austin office has moved to a new building at 600 W. 5th Street.

“The entire office is excited about our move to a brand-new building after spending the last 20 years at Frost Tower. We look forward to welcoming clients to our easy-to-access location. Since opening our doors in Austin in 1987, our lawyers have played a significant role in the business growth in the region. From our new offices, we will continue to attract the best talent to service our client needs in Central Texas,” said Jordan Ware, Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Austin Office.

Winstead’s Austin-based lawyers advise clients on a wide range of legal matters, including real estate development and investment, finance, corporate transactions, construction, P3, infrastructure & project financehigher education,  tax, wealth management, and business litigation, both regionally and nationally.

About Winstead

Winstead is a leading Texas-based law firm serving clients across the country. We work with public and private companies, governments, individuals, universities, and public institutions.

Winstead's business transactions and litigation lawyers serve key industries, including real estate, financial services, investment management and private funds, higher education, public-private partnerships, airlines, healthcare and life sciences, sports business, tax, and wealth management.

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