About Stephanie’s Legal Career
Stephanie attended Law Preview in 2006 before starting her first year at South Texas College of Law where she excelled and served on the South Texas Law Review and served an officer and director for the Board of Advocates. Stephanie also received an American Jurisprudence award for the highest grade in legal research and writing, and was also awarded the 2009 Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award. Additionally, she was an active member of the Varsity Moot Court and Mock Trial programs at South Texas, participating in numerous competitions across the country. She was a finalist in the 2008 Tournament of Champions Mock Trial Competition, a finalist and received a Best Advocate award in the 2008 National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition, a finalist and received a Best Advocate award in the 2008 William Daniels National Invitational Mock Trial Competition, won Best Brief in the 2009 National Scribes Brief-Writing Competition, and won a National Championship at the 2009 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, which gave South Texas College of Law its 101st National Advocacy win.
Immediately after graduation, Stephanie took a position as an Associate in Porter Hedges’ Houston office where she focuses her practice on employment litigation and business litigation.