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“Courage is the most important attribute of a lawyer.  It is more important than competence or vision.  It can never be an elective in any law school.  It can never be delimited , dated or outworn, and it should pervade the heart , the halls of justice and the chambers of the mind.”   --Robert F. Kennedy (1962)


Robert Kennedy's words remind me every day that no matter how popular or unpopular our position, an attorney must have the courage to stand up for the rights of others and see that justice is done. 


I have now expanded my practice areas by returniing to Family Law, having undergone intensive & in-dept re-education concerning the current updates/changes  to Family Law.Additionally, 


I am also becoming involved in Animal Law as it applies to dog and cat issues of lost/found  & possession vs. ownership;  & defensive of whether or not certain breeds of dogs are truly "inherently" dangerous.  Texas case law has recently included the "value" of a pet beyond the base cost of the animal & now includes special training & emotional/companionship evaluations.


For the past 11 years I had been exclusively active in ethics (grievance) defense before the State Bar of Texas, Office of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel ("OCDC"),, Commission for Lawyer Discipliine ("CLD") and Board of Disciplinary Appeals ("BODA"); including other related appellate work, including original writs to the Supreme Court of Texas and related legal malpractice lawsuits.  Recently as Co-Counsel for a Responding Attorney,  for the first time in known history, made the  CLD and OCDC non-suit a disciplinary action filed in state court without going to trial! Additionally I work with applicants before the Texas Board of Law Examiners ("BLE") and Justices regarding Judicial Cannons. I have authored numerous publications related to ethics, the operation of the Texas Rules of Disciplinary Procedure, and cases before the Texas Board of Law Examiners. I have also written and taught CLE in Ethics for State Bar of Texas and South Texas College of Law MCLE programs.



Practice areas

  1. Ethics: 50%
    16 years
  2. Licensing: 45%
    16 years
  3. Family: 4%
    4 years
  4. Animal Law: 1%
    4 years



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Renee E. Moeller & Associates, P.C.

4407 Marlborough Drive
Houston, TX, 77092-7528


TXNot Eligible to Practice - Administrative Suspension199608/17/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerRenee E. Moeller & Associates, PC1996 - Present
Contract AttorneyThe Bennett Law Firm, PC2001 - 2010
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar AssociationMember2011 - Present
Minority Counsel Division of the Texas State BarMember2008 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Confidential Cases: Before Commission for Lawyer Discipline and Board of Law Examiner and Judicial Conduct CommissionWon All BLE (20+)
Board of Law Examiners vs. John DoeWins for John Doe in 20 + cases
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Publication nameTitleDate
BLF NewsletterTexas Bar Review on Blogs Differs from Louisiana Bar2009
BLF NewsletterWho Will Obama Appoint as New Texas Federal Judges?2009
BLF NewsletterTexas Board of Law Examiners & How to Have a Witness Subpoena Issued to Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Lawyer2009
The Bennett Law Firm NewsletterTexas Lawyers Get Short-Shift on Due Process by Texas Supreme Court2008
The Bennett Law Firm NewsletterAre the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Profession Conduct Meant to be Punitive in Nature? Is there a difference between the Original Purpose and the Reality of Today?2008
BLF NewsletterThe Grievance Process & Confidentialty-A New Grievance Waiting to Happen2008
The Bennett Law Firm NewsletterTexas Board of Law Examiners: A Summary of What the Texas Law Student Should Know2008
The Bennett Law Firm NewsletterTexas Board of Law Examiners Investigation for Qualifcation for Law License2008
The Bennett Law Firm Monthly NewsletterPreparing for Your Texas BLE Hearing2008
The Bennett Law Firm website newsletterWhat You Should Expect at Your Texas Board of Law Examiners’ Character Hearing2008
Texas Lawyer"Due Process Rights Still Given Short Shift Under New Disciplinary Procedures: A Short Overview,"2004
Texas Lawyer"BOLE Doesn't Appreciate Haste or Bad Memory,"2002
State Bar Continuing Legal Education"Examining Legal Expert,"2002
The Houston Lawyer"What Every Lawyer Should Know About the State Bar of Texas-Professional Enhancement Program,"2002
Website; public publication pendingThe BLE: What Every Texas Student Should KnowN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
South Texas College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
Yeshiva UniversityJudaic StudiesBA1973
Yeshiva UniversityEnglish LiteratureBA - Bachelor of Arts1973
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Literature and the LawEthics, The BIble & Shakespeare2013
MCLE: Just EthicsThe New Disciplinary Rules Regarding Referral Fees2008