Schwartz, Page & Harding
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Spencer Creed practices public finance and local government law, principally representing municipal utility and other special districts, both as general counsel and bond counsel. He also represents commercial and residential real estate developers in the formation of special districts and in matters relating to the development of property within special districts. Prior to joining Schwartz, Page & Harding in 2002, Spencer practiced commercial litigation, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy law at the Houston office of Bayless & Stokes.

Spencer is a Fort Worth, Texas native, and is licensed to practice in all Texas state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.


1995 J.D., University of Houston Law Center
1992   B.B.A., Finance, University of Texas at Austin

Houston Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
Greater Houston Partnership – Location Relations Committee, Water Issues Committee
Greater Houston Builder’s Association – Affiliate Member
Texas Special Olympics – volunteer

Publications and Presentations:
"Fraudulent Transfers in Texas," The Houston Lawyer, September, 2001
“Water Districts and the World of E-Payments,” Association of Water Board Directors ("AWBD") Conference, June, 2007
"The Do's and Don'ts of the Texas Open Meetings Act", AWBD Conference, January 2013
"Legal Requirements for Water District Websites", AWBD Conference, January 2016