While at Fettner Thompson, Attorney Sarah A. Samuel has worked on dozens of civil legal matters for the firm’s clients and has helped obtain favorable verdicts on a number of cases, including the prosecution of a multi-million dollar fraudulent transfer case against a judgment debtor. Ms. Samuel has worked for both corporations and individuals on commercial transactions, real estate matters, business formations, collection matters, and civil litigation on both the plaintiff’s and defendant’s side. Ms. Samuel is well-versed in all aspects of litigation, including tackling jurisdictional issues, obtaining and dissolving restraining orders and injunctions, successfully securing and defending summary judgments, general motion practice, discovery, settlement negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, and both bench and jury trials.
Ms. Samuel graduated from the University of Houston Law Center in May 2012 and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in November 2012. At UHLC, Ms. Samuel worked as Research Scholar for the American Arbitration Association’s Annual Yearbook, overseen by Professor Benjamin Sheppard, Director of the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center. In addition, Ms. Samuel served as Head Articles Editor of the Houston Journal of International Law, brief writer and oralist for the 2010-2012 UHLC Moot Court teams, research assistant for Professor Adam Gershowitz, and published a research paper with the American Bar Association.
Bachelor’s of Journalism, with honors,
University of Texas – Austin, 2009
Juris Doctorate, top 25%,
University of Houston Law Center, 2012
Admissions / Affiliations / Bar Memberships:
State Bar of Texas
Houston Bar Association
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