Originally from Sierra Vista, Arizona, Alicia is a May 2015 graduate of
The University of North Carolina School of Law in Chapel Hill, NC. During
her law school studies, Alicia was a member of the Julius L. Chambers
Civil Rights Appellate Advocacy Team. She also served as a student attorney
in the UNC Law Civil and Immigration Clinics. She became a member of the
Texas Bar in November 2015.
Before achieving her Juris Doctor degree, Alicia graduated Magna Cum Laude
with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Pre-Law minor from The University
of Arizona in Tucson, AZ. Alicia played softball for the Arizona Wildcats
during her undergraduate studies, and was a proud student-athlete. She
also enjoyed volunteering in the community and served as a Big Sister
with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Tucson.
Before joining the firm, Alicia worked as an immigration and family law
attorney in Houston, Texas. Her primary focus during her employment as
an immigration attorney was helping undocumented victims of violent crimes
obtain lawful status in the United States. Alicia was drawn to family
law because of her passion for helping others resolve disputes. Her primary
goal is to help her clients understand the legal process associated with
their case, ease any anxiety they might be experiencing, and ultimately
obtain favorable results.
When Alicia is away from the office, she enjoys spending time with her
family, watching her husband’s football team compete, and staying active.