Lorena, better known as “Aly” is a native of Brownsville, Texas. With strong ties to the Brownsville community, she decided to attend the University of Texas at Brownsville where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Justice Studies. Aly’s academic success at UTB prompted Texas A&M University School of Law to offer her a full financial scholarship to attend. At Texas A&M Aly participated in several organizations and served in several leadership positions. Those leadership positions include vice-president of the Hispanic Law Student Association and the senior representative for the American Bar Association’s student division at A&M Law.
After graduating with her Juris Doctorate from Texas A&M University School of Law, Aly moved back to Brownsville to clerk for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas – Brownsville Division. As a law clerk Aly gained invaluable exposure and insight to various types of courtroom proceedings and trials. At the end of her clerkship Aly joined the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office where she furthered her courtroom experience as a prosecutor dedicated to prosecuting primarily Domestic Violence cases. At the District Attorney’s Office Aly was able to gain confidence and comfort in the courtroom.
In addition to her legal practice, Aly has remained dedicated to her community by coaching first and second grade girls’ basketball for her alma mater First Baptist School and is eager to volunteer whenever the opportunity to do so presents itself. Aly is a member of the Cameron County Bar Association and the Texas Association of Defense Counsel.
Aly is proud to apply every unique tool from her varied experiences to deliver the best services she can to her clients. She is capable of actively listening to her clients’ needs and offer unique insights to resolve their matters efficiently.
Memberships & Affiliations
Cameron County Bar Association Women’s Law Section
Hidalgo Bar Association
Hidalgo County Young Lawyers Association
United States District Court Southern District of Texas.