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Real Estate Section Meeting + CLE | Things Are Getting Real: Challenges Facing Property Owners Associations

  • Tuesday, October 03, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online Via ZOOM


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Real Estate Section Meeting + CLE

Things Are Getting Real: Challenges Facing Property Owners Associations

On October 3, 2023 at Noon CST


Noelle G. Hicks

Noelle G. Hicks is an Associate in the Property Owners Association Law Section of RMWBH. Noelle assists single-family residential, townhome, condominium, and some commercial associations with various aspects of property owners’ association law including the collection of delinquent assessments, complex deed restriction enforcement issues, developing and interpreting governing documents and drafting and reviewing contracts. In addition, she works with her association clients on various issues such as ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, attending administrative hearings, 209 hearings and board meetings on behalf of her clients.

Noelle is a passionate litigator who believes that clients should understand the scope of and have trust in their attorney’s representation. She personally strives to make sure that clients have confidence in her level of expertise in the field and finds it essential to not only provide fundamental customer service, but also develop a relationship with each client that will hopefully last for years to come.

In addition to her work with clients as their attorney, she also works with clients to ensure they are educated in the rules and statutes governing property owners’ associations. Noelle is an active participant in RMWBH’s growing POA education program. Noelle educates attorneys, community managers and board members through various webinars, board training seminars and more. She also speaks statewide through the State Bar of Texas and local Community Associations Institute Chapters (CAI) and at national CAI conferences. Noelle is also helping to expand our education program by developing seminars on diversity and inclusion training.

Noelle’s efforts in the industry have been featured by CAI including forming the basis for CAI’s Diverse and Inclusive Communities Guide. Her manuscript on “Overcoming Racism in Community Associations: Attorneys as Agents of Change” was awarded Best Manuscript at the 2021 CAI National Law Seminar. Noelle was awarded Best Manuscript in 2022 for her publication entitled, Tackling Mental Health Issues in Community Associations. The content of this manuscript was converted into a digital book entitled, Minding Mental Illness - A Guide to Handling Conflicts with Residents, published by CAI. Noelle is a member of the Texas Bar College. She received her bachelor's degree from Trinity University in 2005 and her Juris Doctorate from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in 2008.

This event qualifies for 1.0 hour of General CLE credit through DAPA.

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