Stephanie Wooley currently serves as the President Elect of the Collin County Young Lawyers Association and has previously served on its Board of Directors and as Vice President. She has been a member of CCYLA since 2009. Stephanie lives with her family in Allen, Texas, and is actively involved with various community affairs within Collin County.
As a CCYLA member and director in the past, Stephanie always looked forward to the annual CCYLA Judicial Reception as a unique opportunity to get to know her peers as well as the Collin County Judiciary. In particular, Stephanie looked forward to serving on the selection committee for the Homer Reynold’s Scholarships that are awarded to Collin County high school seniors at the CCYLA Judicial Reception each year.
Stephanie is a shareholder at Sheils Winnubst, PC, a general civil practice in Richardson, Texas. Stephanie handles various transactional, collection and civil litigation matters for individuals and business, including real estate, business and commercial law, family law, estate planning and probate, as well as guardianship. For more information on Stephanie’s legal practice, please visit http://www.sheilswinnubst.com/.
Licenses and Admissions:
United States District Court for all Districts of Texas.
All Texas State Courts.
Member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.
Member of the Dallas and Collin County Bar Associations.
Member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.
Member of the Collin County Young Lawyers Association.
Texas Tech University School of Law (Juris Doctor, 2006)
Texas Tech University (B.A. Philosophy, 2004)
Stephanie practices in a variety of areas of law and, therefore, by choice, is not certified by the
Texas Board of Legal Specialization in any one particular area of law.
Pro Bono Activities
Judge at Regional and National NCAA Mock Trial Competition
Coach and Judge at Collin County Bar Association’s Jr. High Mock Trial Competition
Children’s and Adult Ministries at Lake Pointe Church