Winn Chapman practices commercial and residential real estate law, from commercial development tracts to residences, from office buildings and sites to large acreage ranches. He also is experienced in representing businesses, whether they are partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, or sole practitioners. In addition, Winn enjoys representing non-profit organizations such as churches and other charitable and social service entities.
- Bachelor of Arts,
University of Texas at Austin, 1969
- Doctor of Jurisprudence,
University of Texas at Austin, 1973
- Attorney at Law, Texas 1973
Professional Affiliations & Honors
- State Bar of Texas
- Austin Bar Association
- Christian Legal Society
- Real Estate Council of Austin
Winn is the past Chairman of the National Board of Trustees of Community Bible Study, Inc. and served on the CBS board for over 15 years.
Winn is a regular speaker at local and national retreats and conferences on a variety of topics.
As his children were growing up, Winn was usually on the field as a baseball and softball coach and looks forward to those duties with his grandchildren (some day).
Winn and his wife Pat have been happily married since 1970, and have two grown children of whom they are very proud.
Winn has served as a speaker, moderator, panelist, and published writer for State Bar of Texas conferences and Advanced Real Estate Law Courses, and is a frequent speaker before such groups as the Capital Area Paralegal Association, the Austin Board of Realtors (Commercial/Investment Division), the Austin Jaycees, and the Austin Chapter of Certified Financial Planners.
He is coauthor of "Warranty of Habitability and Selected Problems in Landlord-Tenant Law" published for and as a part of the State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course held in 1984.
He served as moderator and panelist in the State Bar conference entitled "Pesky Problems in Real Estate" (1983); as a speaker for the State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course held in 1984; as a speaker for "Planning Options for a Client in a Shaky Limited Partnership" for the I.A.F.P. in 1988; as a speaker for "Drafting Real Estates Contracts" for the Capital Area Paralegal Association in 1998; as author and speaker in 1999 for Residential & Commercial Real Estate Contracts" for the "Legal Assistant U!" program offered by the Legal Assistants Division of the State Bar of Texas; and as speaker and author for "Real Estate Contracts -- an Overview of Residential & Commercial Transactions" presented in the Lorman Educational Services Seminar "Using Approved Real Estate Forms," in 2001.