Ha-Vi L. Nguyen

Ha-Vi L. Nguyen is a business litigation associate who is awaiting admittance to the state bar. She attended The University of Texas School of Law as a Tom C. Clark scholar, graduating in 2016. During law school, Ms. Nguyen was an Articles & Notes Editor and the Director of Development for the TEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL and interned with the Antitrust Division of the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. Her student note, “Interpreting the Hague Convention on Service of Process for Mexican Parents,” was published in the Fall Family Law Section Report for the State Bar of Texas. Ms. Nguyen also volunteered her time drafting U-Visas for immigrants who have suffered domestic violence through Catholic Charities of Central Texas.

Ms. Nguyen received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Government from The University of Texas at Austin in 2013, graduating with high honors. Ms. Nguyen was an Endowed Presidential Scholarship recipient and was consistently named to the Dean's List while she was enrolled at UT. She was also a Bill Archer Fellow for the Archer Center, where she interned at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington D.C. with other selected students from the entire University of Texas system. Ms. Nguyen joined the firm upon graduation from law school.