Dr. Debbie Cano

Educational Consultant/Licensed Attorney in Oklahoma

Dr. Debbie Cano joined the Leasor Crass team in 2020 after a career in education. Before entering the legal arena, she served as a 4-8 grade teacher and coach, campus administrator, and district director. Currently, she is an adjunct professor of educational leadership at Dallas Baptist University.

Debbie is an ardent advocate for Texas public schools. Her years in the classroom and administrative leadership provide unique insight and perspective concerning the challenges and opportunities teachers and school leaders face. Debbie considers it her life’s mission and purpose to serve and defend public education interests across the state.

Areas of Practice

  • Education Law


B.A.S., Dallas Baptist University
M.Ed., Midwestern State University
Ed.D., Dallas Baptist University
J.D. 2022, Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Admissions / Affiliations / Bar Memberships

State Bar of Oklahoma
Raise Your Hand Texas
Texas Association of School Administrators

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Leasor Crass has been an invaluable asset to Wylie Independent School District for 8 years. As a trusted advisor and reliable guide, the firm has consistently supported us through every challenge we’ve faced. Their common sense and pragmatic approach to the law have earned them greater trust with each passing year. We feel incredibly fortunate to have them represent our school district. With their ongoing support and guidance, we are confident in our ability to overcome any obstacle as we continue to strive for educational excellence.

– Dr. David Vinson, Superintendent, Wylie Independent School District

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