Natalie Cobb Koehler is a 1999 graduate of Texas A&M University and a 2002 graduate of South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas.

While in law school Natalie was an active member of the South Texas Law review and a participant in the school’s nationally recognized moot court program. Throughout her time with the program Natalie received accolades such as: Top Speaker, Top Team, and best brief.

Accolades and Offices

  • Outstanding Female Graduate, South Texas College of Law

  • 2012 Alumni Impact Award, South Texas College of Law

  • Ten Best Under 40 Family Law Attorney

  • Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star in Family Law by Texas Monthly

  • President, 2011-2012 Texas Young Lawyers Association

  • Member Served, State Bar of Texas Board of Directors

  • Member Served, Texas Bar Foundation Board of Directors

  • Former Chairman, Texas Crime Victim’s Committee

  • District 8 Chairman, State Bar of Texas Disciplinary Committee

  • Board Member, Texas Bar College

  • Alumni and Former Executive Committee Member, Texas Lyceum

  • Texas Farm +Ranch Lands Conservation Council. appointed by Governor Greg Abbott

  • Board Member, Texas FFA Association

  • Board Member, Dispute Resolution Center-Waco


Community and Family

Natalie is very active in her local community and with various non-profit organizations, having served on the Central Texas Youth Fair Board and as a current Board Member for Bacon Bash Texas. She also served as a Texas A&M Aggies in Agriculture Mentor and is current member of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo “Vine 2 Wine Committee”. In her spare time Natalie enjoys traveling, cooking, and volunteering at Camp John Marc, a camp for special needs children. She is proud to be very involved in her children’s life, especially helping them show their livestock. Natalie and her husband, Blake, reside on the family ranch in Cranfills Gap, Texas and are members of the First Baptist Church of Cranfills Gap.