As a member of Baron and Budd’s Environmental Litigation Group, Staci Olsen practices in the management of electronic information and people in mass litigation. This skill makes her a critical part of the Group, which focuses on large-scale complex environmental torts. She particularly enjoys putting her talents to work for public entity clients facing contamination issues: “Organizing all the evidence to support a client’s case is rewarding because I know that my work provides a tangible result for the client.”

Staci has accrued several years of experience with the evidence necessary for environmental cases. She has worked on atrazine, PCE, and TCP cases, and she works closely with clients who have been harmed by the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill. In addition, she is currently working on the MyFord Touch litigation and numerous cases regarding PCB.

Staci has wanted to be an attorney ever since she was a young girl growing up in rural Colorado on a ranch, where water and the environment impacted her daily life. She has traveled extensively, including in law school when she lived in Mexico and attended a summer course to learn the Mexican legal system. Staci loves the outdoors and spends summers in Alaska fishing. She also devotes a lot of time to charity work, including for her favorite charity, C.A.R.E., a local organization dedicated to saving exotic large cats.

Education

Baylor University (J.D. 1996)

Angelo State University (B.A. 1991)

Bar & Court Admissions

Texas

Professional Associations

American Association for Justice

Attorneys Serving the Community

International Legal Technology Association

Member of Women in eDiscovery

Public Justice Foundation

The Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas