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Random Profile: Elizabeth Martinez, Laredo
For Random Profiles, we randomly pick one of our 92,000-plus attorneys and do a Q&A. We've found that every Texas lawyer has an interesting story. Will yours be next?
Best thing about being a lawyer: Helping people in need
The best piece of advice ever given to you: Sometimes good things fall apart so that better things can fall together.
Areas of practice: Personal Injury law, Family law, and Criminal Defense
Education: Texas A&M International University: Bachelor of Arts with a Major in English and a Minor in Mathematics; Texas Tech University School of Law: JD
Bad habit: Being a perfectionist
• Board Member 2010-present
• V. P. of Campaign, Legal 2010-2011
Diocese of Laredo—Catholic Social Services
• Board Member 2007-present
• Secretary of Board 2008-present
Texas A&M International University
Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi 2007-present
AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program
• Board Member 2006-2008
• Parliamentarian of Board 2006-2007
Most important career lesson: Perseverance is the key to success.
Favorite saying/quote: To whom much is given, much is also expected.
Secret for staying young: is feeling young and always staying positive.
What's the turning point that made you decide to become an attorney? Seeing the helplessness of a family member in a legal battle who truly needed the guidance of an experienced, competent, honest, and zealous advocate
Elizabeth works at the Law Office of Elizabeth Martinez, PLLC in Laredo.
You can also view Elizabeth's TexasBar.com profile.
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