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Teresa Schneider serves as Winstead’s firm-wide Chief Recruiting Officer.  In this role, Teresa partners with Winstead’s Board of Directors, Practice Group Leaders and Managing Shareholders to develop and implement strategic initiatives for attorney recruitment, retention and professional development.

Teresa joined Winstead in 1990 as a first-year Associate in the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group, where she managed a wide variety of legal matters for more than 25 years. During her time as a practicing attorney, Teresa served as the firm’s Director of Professional Development, leading all training and continuing education programs.  She is the creator of Winstead University, the firm’s advanced education program for lawyers and clients—responsible for almost 50 presentations a year.  She has also served in firm-wide leadership roles for Winstead’s Women’s Alliance, Diversity Committee, and as Pro Bono Coordinator.

Lateral Attorney Candidates:  Please submit resumes to recruiting@winstead.com

Legal Recruiters:  Please submit candidate resumes to recruiting@winstead.com

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