Background and Current Scope of Practice

Born and raised in Fort Worth, Andrea decided to become an attorney after being inspired by a TV show featuring a lawyer mom when she was only eight years old. A proud Baylor Bear, she actively participated in student organizations and served as a football recruiting hostess. While pursuing a minor in Communication at Baylor, she reignited her passion for public speaking and debate. Before venturing into law school, Andrea taught high school English in Dallas ISD for several years. She then embarked on her legal studies near the oceanfront in Virginia Beach, VA. Throughout law school, she excelled on the Moot Court Board and held leadership roles in the Black Law Students Association. Andrea gained valuable experience through internships with a Virginia judiciary member and the Georgia Office of the Attorney General in Government Services. After graduation, she returned to Texas and focused on practicing criminal law in Tarrant County. Andrea also served as a municipal judge for five years in a growing city in Johnson County. She has been excited to make the transition to civil litigation for the second half of her career and looks forward to the opportunity to continue making an impact on her clients.

Today, Andrea is a trial attorney representing the best interests of clients in matters involving transportation and automobile litigation, personal injury defense, first party insurance claims and commercial litigation.


  • Regent University, M.A. Educational Leadership, 2010
  • Regent University School of Law, J.D. 2007
  • Baylor University, B. A. English, 2001


Professional Affiliations

  • Admitted, Texas, 2007
  • U.S. District Court Northern District
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District

Honors and Awards

Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2017-2020