I’ve wanted to be a litigator since I attended speech competitions with my mother’s high school debate team. Since childhood, I’ve been driven to devote considerable time and energy into honing the skills to make me an effective lawyer, persuasive speaker, and dedicated advocate. My clients benefit from the persistence, understanding, and thorough communication I bring to each matter.
Alexis “Alex” del Rio is an Associate in the firm’s commercial litigation practice, resident in Dallas. She primarily supports financial institution clients in all manner of litigation. In particular, Alexis defends clients with matters regarding consumer protection regulations such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), as well as correlating state laws.
With a background in plaintiff’s personal injury work, Alexis has experience beyond her years of practice and has taken and defended numerous depositions and attended hearings and mediations. She previously supervised other attorneys on her team, ensuring the most effective representation on behalf of clients. Her familiarity with the intricacies of Texas laws equips her to deliver efficient, effective service to her clients.
Alexis takes a thorough approach in all her matters. She knows that being accessible and keeping clients informed throughout the life of a case is paramount to success. Alexis considers herself an aggressive litigator who doesn’t shy away from confronting a problem head-on.
As a law student, Alexis clerked with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid and the Bexar County Criminal District Court.