Blayne Fisher, a Central Texas native, attended Texas A&M University where she was admitted into the Business Honors program at Mays Business School. Blayne graduated from Texas A&M University in three and half years earning a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. After earning her undergraduate degree, Blayne relocated to San Antonio to pursue her juris doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law.
In 2011, after her first year of law school, Blayne joined the Phipps team as a law clerk working with agricultural mass tort clients and assisting the firm’s retained experts in the development of individual damage models in the Bayer Genetically Modified Rice Litigation. Blayne continued to work as a law clerk full time throughout the remainder of her law school education assisting in insurance defense cases.
After receiving her Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s School of Law, Blayne was hired as an associate at PHIPPS ANDERSON DEACON LLP. Her experience includes working with clients who have been denied, delayed, or underpaid with regards to their first party insurance litigation. Blayne’s other practice areas include: mass torts, consumer protection litigation, insurance litigation, agricultural law, personal injury, commercial litigation, product liability, medical malpractice.