University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law,
University of North Texas,
Thompson Coburn LLP;
Maia represents a broad range of clients in state and federal courts as part of her work within Thompson Coburn's litigation and bankruptcy practice groups.
Maia supports litigation teams by using her skills and experience to resolve complex litigation issues for clients and provide in-depth analysis on legal questions during each phase of litigation. Prior to her time at the Firm, Maia served as a products liability defense litigator, where she helped obtain favorable results for major clients in the automotive and health care industries. Her practice focused on a broad range of settings, from federal trials to informal negotiations.
During law school Maia served as a legal extern for the Honorable Kimberly Priest Johnson of the Eastern District of Texas. She earned several law school scholarships including the coveted Dallas Bar Foundation's Sarah T. Hughes Scholarship, awarded annually to exceptional minority student leaders from Dallas law schools. Maia also earned a Regional Championship title in the Texas Young Lawyers Association Mock Trial Competition.
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