Diamond McCarthy is proud to announce that Houston Partner Sofia Adrogué has received top recognitions from Latino Leaders Magazine in December 2018.
Recognizing her for her dedication and service to the legal profession, the November/December issue of Latino Leaders Magazine named Sofia as a “Top Latino Lawyers of 2018” and “Most Powerful Women in Law.” The Top Latino recognition acknowledges attorneys who not only were successful in their profession and achievements in 2018, but also who focused on community involvement and civic outreach. Those recognized were selected from over 600 nationwide nominees and were deemed top in their areas of specialization and most impactful in their civic contributions. The issue also recognized Ms. Adrogué as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Law”—a newly established and selective recognition that distinguishes 15 Latina attorneys who continue to break barriers and make major strides for women and Latinas in the legal profession.
About Sofia Adrogué
A native of Argentina, Sofia is a business trial partner with the Houston office of Diamond McCarthy LLP, a national business litigation and insolvency boutique. A litigator for more than 25 years, she has obtained favorable judgments and settlements on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in a myriad of complex business cases in state and federal courts and in ADR proceedings. She represents clients in all industries, ranging from entrepreneurs in rural Texas to multinational conglomerates with diversified worldwide business holdings. She is a frequent CLE Speaker and/or Chair (over 125) and publisher (over 120). She envisioned and created the Texas Business Litigation treatise (ALM 2015, 2016, 2017), serves as its Editor, with a 2019 4th Edition forthcoming, and is the Chair of the Texas Business Litigation CLEs. Adrogué has been profiled by many publications, including Texas Lawyer (one of Texas’ Top “40 Under 40”), Texas Monthly and Law & Politics Magazine (“Texas Super Lawyer”), Latino Leaders Magazine (“The Justice Professionals,” “Top Latino Partners in the U.S.,” “The 25 Most Influential Hispanic Lawyers,” “Top Latino Lawyers in 2018,” and “Most Powerful Women in Law”), and Houston Woman Magazine. She serves as the Co-Host & Co-Producer of Latina Voices—Smart Talk. She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management Program, an alumna of the Harvard Business School, and received her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif and Barons, and her B.A. from Rice University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, both on full academic scholarships.
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