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St. Mary’s University School of Law (2021)
-Octo-finalist, Linda and Dave
Schlueter 2019 First Year Moot
-Recipient, Law Alumni/Campus
Ministry Leadership for Service
-Nominee, Women in Law
-Head Representative, Themis Bar
-Member, Women’s Law
St. Mary’s University (2018)
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Licensed in the State of Texas
National School Boards Association
Council of School Attorneys
Texas Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
Cameron County Bar Association
Cameron County Bar Association,
Women’s Law Section
Kayla G. Treviño is a Los Fresnos, Texas native. Coming from a family of educators and public servants, namely her grandfather, Mr. Reynaldo Farias (Past School Board President of LFCISD), and her father, Mr. Ruben R. Treviño (School Board President of LFCISD), Kayla continues her family’s tradition of serving our public schools and local communities. She practices in the areas of general school law, including student and employment issues, governance, and litigation in the RGV Office.
Kayla earned her law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas while working as a law clerk for Walsh Gallegos. During law school, Kayla was also a member of the Women’s Law Association, a Head Representative for Themis Bar Review, and served as a Student Attorney in the Criminal Justice Clinic.
Prior to law school, Kayla earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas and was a passionate member of the Social Justice League.
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