“A place where everything matters, we go beyond the issue.”
(El lugar donde todo importa, vamos mas allá de los conflictos)
Alejandra Muñoz was born and raised in Rio Bravo, Mexico. Ms. Muñoz moved to the United States for high school and subsequently attended the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she graduated with honors with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Legal Studies. Ms. Muñoz then attended law school at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2020. While in law school, Ms. Muñoz was a member of the Criminal Law Clinic, interned at the Harris County Criminal Courts, and was a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association.
In her second and third year of law school, Ms. Muñoz had the opportunity to intern with attorney Johnny Papantonakis, where she was able to extend her area of practice to personal injury and criminal defense. As a third-year law student, Ms. Muñoz began interning at Roberts Markland LLP, where she has flourished in assisting clients involved in transportation and boating accidents. Upon passing the Texas Bar Exam, Ms. Muñoz was offered a position at Roberts Markland LLP.
Ms. Muñoz’s practice focuses on all aspects of personal injury, including automobile accidents, slip and falls, premises liability and wrongful death claims. A foreign citizen and Hispanic, Ms. Muñoz is passionate about advocating for minorities and the rights of diverse communities in Texas.