For Reagan Vernon, maintaining relationships with clients on a personal level is of premier importance in the area of Family Law. During such a difficult time, it is important not only to be the level-headed litigator, leading the client step by step through the process, but to also remain a support system along the way.
Ms. Vernon’s litigation background has helped her utilize the legal skills necessary to be an important resource for her clients in and out of the court room. Whether it is in trial or through the collaborative law process, she is an effective advocate for her client no matter what the setting.
Having grown up in a dozen or so cities across the United States, Ms. Vernon attributes her ability to understand a variety of differing perspectives and opinions from her many relocations. Now permanently residing in Dallas, her experiences with the different parts of America, as well as her multicultural background, have made her even more compassionate and responsive to her clients’ needs. She enjoys the opportunity to help people from all backgrounds and hopes to educate the diverse communities of Dallas in recognizing their legal rights within the often complicated family law arena.
While at Baylor Law School, Ms. Vernon excelled in both appellate and trial advocacy. She participated in numerous competitions showcasing her expertise including being a semifinalist in the prestigious Federal Bar Association’s Thurgood A. Marshall Memorial Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C., arguing just across from the White House. Ms. Vernon was later featured in The Federal Lawyer for her third place finish.
- University of Miami, B.A. (Political Science and International Studies)
- Baylor Law School