Angela A. Hunt



500 N. Akard Street
Suite 3800
Dallas, TX 75201-6659

O: 214.855.7500
D: 214.855.7527

Angela is a member of Munsch Hardt’s Real Estate section, and she spearheads the firm’s Zoning and Land Use practice. Angela regularly advises her clients on a wide range of governmental issues, including complex zoning matters, economic development programs, tax increment financing grants, public-private partnerships, affordable housing tax credits, and intergovernmental relations.

Prior to her real estate practice, Angela served on the Dallas City Council for eight years, the maximum term allowed by law. Elected to the Dallas City Council at the age of 33, Angela Hunt is the youngest woman ever to have served as a Dallas councilmember.

Angela leads her clients through byzantine bureaucracies at the local, state, and federal levels. Her experience in governmental affairs allows her to cut through red tape and connect her clients with decision makers from North Texas to Austin to Washington, D.C. Many businesses qualify for economic development incentives offered by local government agencies, the State of Texas, and the federal government; however, understanding how to put these tools to work can be difficult. Angela identifies the programs that can be most beneficial for her clients and guides them through the application process.

After nearly a decade of legislating complex zoning cases at Dallas City Hall, Angela provides her clients with invaluable insight into the political feasibility of zoning proposals and advice on improving their likelihood of success. She also regularly outlines a strategy for approval, identifies potential pitfalls, and advocates for her clients at city hall.



  • Bachelor of Arts from Rice University
  • Juris Doctor from The University of Texas School of Law


  • D Magazine – Best Lawyers in Dallas (2015)
  • League of Women Voters® of Dallas – Virginia Macdonald Leadership Award (2010)
  • Dallas Observer – Best City Council Member (2006-2013) 
  • Dallas Voice – Best Straight Ally (2013)
  • Dallas Voice Readers Voice Awards – Best Dallas City Council Person (2008-2010)
  • Greater Dallas Planning Council – Dream Award (2002)
  • Marshall Memorial Fellow (2008)
  • Rice University Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality – Outstanding Alumni Award (2012)
  • Rice University Thomas J. Watson Fellow (1994)


  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas

  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Dallas Homeowners League (Former Executive Vice President)
  • M Streets Conservation District (Founder)
  • Preservation Dallas (Former Member of Board of Directors)
  • State Bar of Texas