Attorney Lori B. Adrogué

As a native-born Mexican with a large extended family still in Mexico, Lori understands the struggles immigrants face in attempting to enter and start new lives in the United States.  Having recently become a naturalized U.S. Citizen, Lori has first-hand experience in dealing with the Department of Homeland Security and the federal government.  It is this understanding of the system that gives her the ability and knowledge necessary to zealously represent her clients throughout immigration processes.

Lori graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in 1997.  In 2002, Lori earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the University of Houston Law Center.  

During law school, Lori completed judicial clerkships with the Honorable David Medina (157th Civil District Court) and the Honorable Katie Kennedy (164th Civil District Court).  Lori also was a team member of the Mock Trial Team and competed in the Joh Black Moot Court Competition.

In 2002, Lori began practicing law with a local immigration attorney.  Since such time, Lori has expanded her legal practice to also include defending individuals accused of criminal offenses.   

Areas of Practice:

Criminal Law
Immigration Law

Bar and Court Admissions:

Texas State Bar, 2002
Texas Supreme Court, 2002

Education:

University of Houston Law Center, 2002
Doctor of Jurisprudence

The University of Texas at Austin, 1997
Bachelor of Science

The University of Texas, completion pending
Houston Health Science Center, School of Public Health
Master in Public Health

Professional Associations:

Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Texas Young Lawyers Association
Houston Bar Association

Activities & Honors

Mock Trial Team
Team Member, 2000-2002

Board of Advocates
Executive Board Member, 2001-2002

John Black Moot Court Competition
Competitor, 2000