UNT Dallas College of Law Graduate Joins Dallas’ Hamilton Wingo Law Firm
Attorney Fabiola Segovia among UNT Dallas College of Law inaugural class
DALLAS – Trial law firm Hamilton Wingo welcomes attorney Fabiola Segovia, a member of the inaugural graduating class of UNT Dallas College of Law, to the Dallas firm.
Born and raised in Arlington, Texas, Ms. Segovia joins the firm to practice civil litigation in wrongful death and personal injury cases.
“Fabiola has all the qualities to be a great advocate for clients,” said Managing Partner Chris Hamilton. “She is passionate about finding the right solutions for people involved in legal disputes. We take pride in finding homegrown talent that shares the same passion for justice as every other member of our firm.”
During law school, Ms. Segovia served as a judicial intern for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, the 68th Judicial District Court in Dallas County and Probate Court No.1 in Dallas County. She also worked with U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) attorneys. Ms. Segovia, a native Spanish speaker, is a former board member of UNT Dallas Law Review’s multimedia journal Accessible Law where she produced articles for the Spanish speaking community. She was also a Teaching Fellow for the Legal Writing Department at UNT Dallas College of Law.
Ms. Segovia realized her passion for fighting for people’s rights while earning her undergraduate degree from the University of North Texas and working for law firms to pay her way through college. The desire to help others with their legal issues led to a career in the legal industry and eventually to Hamilton Wingo.
“Hamilton Wingo consists of attorneys with their own unique legal expertise,” said Ms. Segovia. “Each lawyer has a wealth of trial experience and each fights for what they believe in – from their daily activities for the firm to their pro bono work. I am honored to learn from them; I feel at home.”
The trial lawyers at Hamilton Wingo, LLP, are devoted to representing people in high-stakes, complex litigation, on a contingent fee basis. They have obtained more than $100 million in verdicts and settlements for their clients. For more information, visit hamiltonwingo.com.