Bell Nunnally attorney Troy (T.J.) Hales has been accepted into the Austin Involved Board Internship Program. This program trains the next generation of community leaders for Central Texas. Partnering with Nonprofit Austin at Austin Community College, Austin Young Chamber, Courtney Clark, Impact Austin and The New Philanthropists, this internship helps connect participants with opportunities on nonprofit boards upon completion of the program.
Instruction is focused on the application of best-practices in a nonprofit board setting, as well as practical learning with current nonprofit staff and board members. Hales is participating as a member of the Austin LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
Hales has substantial experience advocating for clients in state and federal courts at all stages of litigation, including on appeal. He primarily advises and represents clients in matters involving real estate and landlord-tenant issues, contract disputes, and lien and bond claims. Hales also advises employers in all areas of labor and employment law, including discrimination, harassment, arbitration agreements, class-action waivers, employee privacy and biometrics compliance. He has experience obtaining results for clients through mediation, litigation and post-judgment remedy processes.
To learn more about the Austin Involved Board Internship Program, please visit their website here.