Perrin, Jacqueline M.
Jacqueline represents a variety of local government entities, including water districts and utilities. As a member of the Water and Districts Practice Groups, she assists in the governance, organization, and operation of such entities. She also handles an assortment of permitting and regulatory compliance issues related to water quality matters.
Prior to joining Lloyd Gosselink, Jacqueline was a professional classical pianist, performing, teaching, directing, and consulting for orchestras. She got her B.M. in Piano Performance from the Butler School of Music at University of Texas at Austin and went right across the street to get her law degree a few years later at the University of Texas School of Law.
- Admitted to State Bar of Texas (2018)
- J.D., University of Texas School of Law (2018)
- B.M., University of Texas at Austin (2013)
- Represents governmental entities such as water districts, municipalities, regional water authorities, water and wastewater utilities, and water supply corporations
- Advises governmental entities with respect to governmental immunity, ethics, conflicts of interest, statutory scopes of authority, records retention, and Texas Open Meetings Act and Texas Public Information Act compliance
- Develops policies and regulations relating to operations, administration, governance, and service rules for various local government entities
- Co-Author, "The Stormwater Remand Rule: Anticipating Impacts to the Phase II MS4 Permit Renewal," The Lone Star Current, 2018
- Co-Author, "Ethics and Water Law," Half Moon CLE, 2018
- Co-Author, "Complying with Water Quality Laws & Regulations," Half Moon CLE, 2018
- State Bar of Texas
- Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section
- Administrative Law Section