Alejandra Galvan is a civil litigation associate who focuses her practice on representing and protecting the constitutional rights of Texas landowners facing eminent-domain lawsuits. She started with the firm as a law clerk in 2019.
A native Texan, Alejandra grew up on a small ranch in Waxahachie. She earned her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 2020. During her time at the Law Center, Alejandra became the Student Bar Association President, Chair of the American Bar Association’s Minority Caucus, and clerked with the 190th Judicial District Court. She graduated with honors from Sam Houston State University in 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science. During her undergraduate career, Alejandra was President of the Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics, and was a founding member of Sam Houston’s moot court team. Before starting law school, Alejandra worked for Senator Kolkhorst at the Texas Capital and gained experience at the Walker County District Attorney’s Office.
Alejandra is licensed in Texas and is a member of the Houston Bar Association and the Houston Young Lawyers Association.