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Texas A&M University School of Law (2022)
-Alternative Dispute Resolution
-Member, Latinx Law Student
Texas A&M University - Commerce (2019)
-Bachelor in English
-Double minor in Spanish and
U.S.-Latinx Relations Honors
Licensed in the State of Texas
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
Texas Council of School Attorneys
Dallas Hispanic Bar Association
Mexican American Bar Association
Crystal Hernandez Diaz was born in Dallas, TX and raised by a family of educators and administrators. She grew up with constant conversations on the issues surrounding the administration of public education, and appreciation for the service that public educators provide. She quickly developed a passion for the field of education and advocacy for those who monumentally shaped her.
Crystal attended Texas A&M University School of Law, where she served as the President of the Women of Color Collective (WOCC). While in law school, she competed in the TAMU Advocacy Team and served as a student attorney in the Community Development and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic. Upon graduation, she took the Texas UBE and joined Walsh Gallegos in the Fall of 2022.
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