Ginger Young has practiced in the Immigration Law Section of Flowers Davis since 2009.  Tyler Immigration Law is a full-service practice ranging from family-based cases, employment based cases, permanent residency cases, naturalization and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) cases.  She is a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association), a select group of highly trained immigration lawyers who are on the cutting edge and daily monitoring of changes in the immigration field.  She and her entire in-office staff are fluent in Spanish. 

Ginger has long been an advocate for the vulnerable.  During law school, she interned for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and later with the firm of Fanning, Harper & Martinson.  After graduating from law school, she continued with the firm of Fanning, Harper & Martinson primarily representing governmental entities and school districts in employment and civil rights litigation.  Ms. Young continued her labor and employment defense practice at Thompson & Knight prior to joining Flowers Davis in 2000.  Her first nine years at Flowers Davis were focused on employment law and civil rights litigation, primarily defending law enforcement and governmental agencies.

For more information about Ginger’s immigration law practice, please visit or download Flowers Davis Immigration Law Info here.

When Ginger is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Bob, and her daughter, Olivia.



Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas, 1996

Court Admissions

United States District Court, Northern District of Texas

United States District Court, Southern District of Texas

United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas

United States District Court, Western District of Texas

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

United States Supreme Court


South Texas College of Law, Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, 1996

Newcomb College of Tulane University, Bachelor of Arts, Spanish, 1986


Order of Lytae Honor Society

Who’s Who:  American Law Students, 1995, 1996

South Texas Law Review – Chief Articles Editor, Spring 1996; Articles Editor, 1995-96

Honors & Awards

South Texas School of Law Dean’s List (all semesters)

South Texas School of Law Outstanding Female Graduate

George T. Barrow Award, selected by the Dean and faculty to make the most outstanding attorney from the graduating class, 1996

Highest Grade Award in Agency & Partnership, Americans with Disabilities Act, Employment Discrimination, Insurance Law and Texas Pre-trial Procedure

Spurgeon Bell Moot Court Competition, semi-finalist, 1995

Best Brief Award, 1995


American Immigration Lawyers Association

State Bar of Texas

American Bar Association

Federal Bar Association

Smith County Bar Association

Community Involvement

SPCA, Board Member since 2012

East Texas Symphony Orchestra, Board Member since 2012

Texas Rose Festival, Coronation Co-Chair, 2014, 2012; Rose Show Chair, 2013; Attendant’s Chair, 2013; Wardrobe Chair, 2011, 2010; Wardrobe Properties, 2009, 2008; Wardrobe Accessories, 2001-2007 (Accessories Chair, 2007, 2006)

Women’s Symphony League, Board Member since 2002, Handbook Chairman, since 2005

Little Black Dress (fundraiser for the Tyler Museum of Art), Chairman, October, 2013

All Saints Episcopal School of Tyler Parents Association Board, 2006-2012.  Past Positions:  Teacher Appreciation Chair, 2011; Fundraiser Chair, 2012; “Real House Wives of All Saints” Spring Gala, 2012; Field Day, 2010; Grade Level Representative, 2009; Homeroom Mom, multiple times