on business operations and profitability, Ms. Wilson expanded her practice to include these
plans, and in responding to adverse incidents.
Prior to joining Langley & Banack, Ms. Wilson clerked for Associate Justice Simeon R. Acoba,
Jr. (Ret.) at the Hawaii Supreme Court. Her clerkship honed her research and writing skills
and gave her insight into how courts decide cases. Most importantly, Justice Acoba
emphasized the commitment to providing quality representation and service to every party
before the Court and set an example of professionalism that established the tone for Ms.
Wilson’s practice. After her clerkship, Ms. Wilson entered private practice in Honolulu,
Hawaii, practicing before the bankruptcy, federal, and state courts in Hawaii.
In addition to her thriving legal practice and her membership in various bar associations, Ms.
Wilson is active in the Military Spouse JD Network, a bar association for lawyers married to
members of the armed forces. She previously served as Key Spouse Mentor for the 836th
Cyberspace Operations Squadron and as the Key Spouse for the 92nd Cyber Operations
Squadron (2016-2017) and the 624th Operations Center (2011-2012).
Ms. Wilson’s outstanding contributions to the community have been widely recognized. She
has been honored as a Professional “On the Rise” by Texas Lawyer Magazine (2018), San
Antonio Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 (2016), and the Belva Lockwood Outstanding Young
Lawyer by the Bexar County Women’s Bar Foundation (2014). In 2020, upon her spouse’s
retirement from active duty service, Ms. Wilson received the “Yellow Rose of Texas”
Commission from Governor Abbott.