406 N. Lee Street, #103
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Telephone: (512)642-8585
Direct Dial: (512)770-9519


J.D., highest honors, University of Tulsa, 2005;
B.A., Texas State University, 2001.

Court Admissions:

All Texas state courts; U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas.


V. Blayre Peña

Blayre has practiced civil litigation and has handled civil appeals full-time for over fifteen years, covering all aspects of business and construction disputes. She is a legal strategist, specializing in messy litigation with multiple parties or in multiple forums and serves as General Counsel for a variety of Texas corporations and individuals.

Often, Blayre's aim is to keep her clients out of the courthouse by resolving disputes before they escalate. She is confident, capable, and skilled at seeking relief at the courthouse, from the first filing, through trial, and on appeal. In 2021, Blayre achieved Board Certification in Civil Appellate Law from the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Although there are over 93,000 lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of Texas, there were only 400 lawyers in the State of Texas with this special designation at the time Blayre became certified. She is also the first lawyer to practice in Williamson County board certified in Civil Appeals, and is currently the only attorney in Williamson County with this designation.

Blayre represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants, which gives her a unique perspective in defending cases aggressively. She has also represented all subsets of parties in construction disputes, including general contractors, subcontractors, owners, and sureties. Blayre has first-chaired jury and non-jury trials and received favorable verdicts in her clients’ favor. She has handled cases all over the state of Texas including in Austin, Dallas, Georgetown, Houston, Lubbock, and McAllen, and has established a strong reputation as a zealous advocate with both judges and her peers.

Speaking Engagements

Blayre speaks at various continuing education events and community events. Blayre's recent public appearances include: 

Speaker at 18th Annual Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar; presented by Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association (September 29, 2023)

Speaker at Women of the Rock Awards Luncheon (June 1, 2023);

Moderator at Your Appellate Case and What Could Go Wrong; speakers - Cindy Bourland, Hon. Scott Field, and Margie Corbett; hosted by the Williamson County Inns of Court (April 20, 2023);

Moderator - 17th Annual Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar; presented by the Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association (February 3, 2023);

Moderator and speaker - 16th Annual Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar; presented by the Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association (November 13, 2020);

Moderator and speaker - 15th Annual Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar; presented by the Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association (November 15, 2019);

Moderator for 14th Annual Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar; presented by the Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association (October 19, 2018);

Speaker at Consequences of the Vanishing Jury Trial and How to Fix It; hosted by the Williamson County Inns of Court (October 18, 2018);

Speaker at Perseverance; hosted by Minority Women Pursuing Law, University of Texas (October 2, 2018);

Speaker at How to Maneuver the Texas Citizen's Participation Act; hosted by the Civil Litigation Section of the Austin Bar Association; co-panelists - James A. Hemphill and Laura Lee Prather (April 16, 2018);

Speaker at Diminished Capacity and How it Affects Your Representation; hosted by Williamson County Inns of Court (February 15, 2018).

Professional Memberships / Affiliations

Blayre is active in the Austin Bar Association and sits on the board of the Civil Litigation Section, serving as the Chair. Blayre is a member of and serves on the board of the Williamson County Inns of Court. She is also a member of the Williamson County Bar Association, for which she previously served as president. Blayre is a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, which only invites the top 1/3 of 1% of Texas attorneys. In 2015, Blayre was named a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers. Blayre previously served in government when she sat on the Board of the Meadows at Chandler Creek Municipal Utility District from 2008-2014.


Blayre has represented indigent clients in litigation matters on a pro bono basis through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas. She has volunteered at the Monday Night legal advice clinic hosted by VLS, and also volunteered for the Dell Children’s Hospital, Wills for Heroes, Now that You’re 18, Junior Judges, and Austin Habitat for Humanity.

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