Carol Mattick graduated with JD and MBA degrees simultaneously from University of Texas at Austin.  After a four-year stint with a large law firm in San Antonio, Texas, she began a solo law practice dedicated solely to providing corporate and securities law advice to growing companies.  Since 1998, she has maintained offices in two cities, Austin and San Antonio, and draws clients from both metro areas as well as around the state of Texas and beyond. 

Her transactions for clients have included working with companies seeking private equity capital; representation of “angel” investors; formation and ongoing representation of private funds and their registered or exempt investment advisers; representation of senior executives with respect to employment and incentive compensation packages as they go from pre- IPO to post-IPO and cashing out those incentive packages; representation of private companies up to $50 million in annual revenues on the “sell side” or being acquired; and all kinds of contract drafting and review.





Ms. Mattick has taught the subjects in which she practices law to MBA level graduate students at UT Austin in the Masters in Science and Technology Commercialization offered by that institution’s IC2 Institute and now at the McCombs School of Business.  IC2 was founded by George Kozmetsky after his stint as dean of the UT Austin School of Business and IC2 was the original parent organization for the Austin Technology Incubator, the Austin Technology Council and the Capital Network, an early angel group.  Carol has also provided curriculum in these areas for IC2’s Global Communications Group which teaches IC2’s economic development lessons in countries around the world.  She also teaches undergraduate subjects at Texas A & M University at San Antonio, including business law, business principals, ethical decision making and business communication. 

Carol lives in San Antonio with her husband, Steve, and large hounds Otto (Mattick) and Karis (Mattick).  They are pandemic pups, incredibly athletic and HUGE.  Sometimes, they get the best of us!  Carol also volunteers with the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, acts as power of attorney for disabled persons in the community and serves on advisory committees of the Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas.  



Year Name of the award
2023 Participant, ACUE's Course on Effective Online Teaching Practices
2023-2024 Vice Chair, Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas


Teaching Summary

Year Rank Company/Institute/University
2022-Present Adjunct Professor Texas A & M University - San Antonio
2005 - Present Speaker, Panelist Texas Bar CLE, UT Law CLE programs in business law
2000-2006 Lecturer

IC2 Institute's Masters in Science & Technology Commercialization, University of Texas at Austin

Legal Issues Course, Curriculum Consulting



  • Carol Mattick, "Who Is (or Are) Your Client(s)? Representing the Organization and the Majority Equity Holder", Corporate Counsel Review, 2021, 



College Of Business

Department of Management and Marketing

Adjunct Faculty

San Antonio
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Course Teachings

BLAW 3341 601 Business Law Spring 2024 Syllabus
BUAD 4301 901 Ethical Decisions Spring 2024 Syllabus