Natasha J. MartinAssociate
Natasha’s practice focuses on Administrative and Regulatory litigation with an emphasis in environmental and utility law. She has represented clients in contested cases and complaint proceedings before the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Texas Alcoholic and Beverage Commission and the State Office of Administrative Hearings. Natasha has experience counseling clients on regulatory permitting for electric, water and wastewater Certificates of Convenience and Necessity (CCNs), and water rights permits. Also, Natasha serves as general counsel to several water supply corporations in Texas.
Prior to law school, Natasha worked as a technical permit reviewer at the TCEQ where she reviewed mechanical and agricultural air permit applications in accordance with state and federal laws.
- Admitted: Texas, 2012.
- Education: Florida State University College of Law (J.D., 2012); Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (B.S., 2005).
- Associate, Bojorquez Law Firm, Austin, Texas (2013 – 2016).
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
- Air and Waste Management Association, Central Texas, Government Director
- Austin Bar Association
- Austin Black Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Texas Administrative and Public Law Section
- State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Section
- Travis County Women Lawyers Association
- Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas
AWARDS AND HONORS
- American Bar Association, 2012 Law Student Scholar
- Florida State University College of Law Certificate in Environmental, Land Use, and Energy Law
- Florida State University College of Law Pro Bono Service Award
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
- Speaker, “Environmental and Transportation Bills,” 2017 Texas Municipal Clerks Association 85th Legislative Session Update
- Speaker, “Surface Contamination, Air Emissions, and Environmental Compliance,” 2017 GDHM Land & Mineral Owner Seminar
- Annual Author, Chapter 18, “Radioactive Materials and Wastes and Radiation-Producing Devices,” Environmental Law, Vol. 46, Texas Practice Series (2015 – 2017)
- Speaker, “New Source Review, Permits and Amendments,” 2008 TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair