Dominique Boykins

ASSOCIATE

Dominique Boykins believes in pairing legal acumen and common sense to reach the best solution for her clients.  With each case, she utilizes this approach to determine what course of action is most efficient and economically feasible for the client, while keeping in mind the overall business impact of those actions.  Her experience working with plaintiffs has provided insight used to effectively resolve cases both prior to, and during trial.

Dominique Boykins

ASSOCIATE

Dominique Boykins believes in pairing legal acumen and common sense to reach the best solution for her clients.  With each case, she utilizes this approach to determine what course of action is most efficient and economically feasible for the client, while keeping in mind the overall business impact of those actions.  Her experience working with plaintiffs has provided insight used to effectively resolve cases both prior to, and during trial.

Dominique’s “teamwork” approach creates a collaborative structure where the client is apprised of all available options in resolving the matters before them, from inception to completion.

Dominique attended the Paul M. Hebert Law Center where she was an Executive Board Member of the school’s Trial Advocacy program.  She has studied Comparative Law while abroad in Lyon, France at the Université Jean Moulin- Lyon III.  In 2014, Dominique competed in and was awarded the Ira S. Flory Mock Trial championship.  As a student, she attended the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) advanced program, and apprenticeship programs where she obtained specifically tailored training from two sitting federal judges on effectively representing clients’ interests within their respective courts.  Her experience as a judicial extern for Judge Trudy White of the 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge has also provided her with insight into the state district courts both in Texas and Louisiana.

  • Secured judgments for residential property clients in forcible detainer hearings throughout Harris, Fort Bend, and Brazoria county.
  • Obtained favorable mediation settlement for plaintiff employee for Title VII discrimination against a multinational technology company.

Houston Bar Association

Junior League of Houston

LSU, Paul M. Hebert Law Center (J.D./DCL)

University of West Florida (B.S.B.A)

State Bar of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Contact Information

Phone 713 626 2341

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