Nora Victoria Law was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2004. She attended Vanderbilt University and South Texas College of Law. While attending law school, Mrs. Law was on the Moot Court team for all three years. She was the winner of the New York Regional Moot Court Championship team, received an award for third place at the National Health Law Moot Court Competition and received an award for second place at the William and Mary Moot Court Competition. She was inducted into the legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity and is a current member.
In 2005, Mrs. Law was hired by the Victoria County District Attorney to fill the position of Misdemeanor and Juvenile Prosecutor. She handled misdemeanor and juvenile trials, plea bargains and wrote appellate briefs as required. Mrs. Law’s experience as an assistant district attorney provides her with the insight and knowledge necessary to defend those who are wrongly accused.
In 2006, Ms. Law was hired by a Saudi Arabian petrochemical company to serve as In-house Counsel. Her duties included negotiating license and technology agreements, drafting contracts for topics ranging from Confidentiality Agreements to contractor agreements and land leases. She also managed the execution and implementation of Feasibility Studies as projects moved into production. This experience has enhanced Mrs. Law’s ability to handle the business needs of her clients.
Mrs. Law’s childhood and work-background have afforded her the ability to live and travel around the world—gaining global, cultural sensibilities along the way. She brings that sense of awareness, along with her ability to speak fluent Spanish, into each personal and professional relationship that she develops.