Angelica Hernandez joined the law firm of Linebarger, Goggan, Blair & Sampson in 2004 and became a partner in 2009. Her firm represents governmental entities in accounts receivables, and she litigates an inventory of over 1,000 delinquent real property and business personal property cases in Houston. Prior to Linebarger, Hernandez was a briefing attorney for Judge David M. Medina of the 157th Harris County District Court and subsequently practiced toxic tort defense, products liability defense, and insurance defense with the law firm of Callier & Garza. She is an officer of the State Bar of Texas Hispanic Issues Section and served as a director of the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors, president of the Hispanic Bar Association of Houston, and president of the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston. In 2015, Hernandez was appointed by Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht to the 18-member Texas Supreme Court Texas Commission to Expand Civil Legal Services. She received both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Iowa.
Angelica Hernandez discusses the importance of including diverse voices in the Texas Bar Journal to provide a broader perspective for its readers.
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