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Eugene Haller

Attorney at Law

As an avid road-tripper, Eugene knows the importance of planning every journey. He brings that urge to plan and know the lay of the land into his legal work, ensuring he always knows where each case is going and the best way to get there. His efforts for his clients haven’t gone unnoticed—Thomson Reuters added Eugene to the Super Lawyers Rising Star list in 2019 and again in 2020.

Eugene grew up the son of two U.S. Navy service members. He graduated with highest honors from St. Edward’s University, where he earned an honors-program B.A. in English Writing and Rhetoric, a major chosen for its usefulness to the practice of law. During this period he studied abroad at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut and APU Ritsumeikan University, in Beppu, Japan.

Eugene graduated from the University of Texas School of Law (now known as Texas Law), the top law school in Texas and one of the highest ranked law schools in the United States, where he was the recipient of a Dean’s Achievement Award.

After graduating, Eugene opened his own firm practicing criminal defense and family law. The next year he met his now-partner Kay. Together they started Haller and Covarrubia, and the rest is history.

 

Kay Covarrubia

Attorney at Law

Kay is proud to be a managing partner of Haller and Covarrubia, a firm that always puts the client first. It has always been her dream to own a practice that treats each client with the patience and respect that they deserve.

Kay grew up in Medicine Mound, Texas, a western ghost town, where she learned to appreciate farmers and ranchers. Later on she moved out to Canyon, Texas where she attended West Texas A&M University for her undergraduate degree in History. She later graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech University School of Law.

Kay is also an artist and musician, and she enjoys living in Austin with her husband, who is a musician as well.

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