Diamond McCarthy Partner Sofia Adrogué recently envisioned, co-hosted, and co-chaired a successful
private evening reception at the Holocaust Museum Houston with Museum CEO, Dr. Kelly J. Zúñiga.
With a mission of showcasing the Museum’s recent renovation and updates, as well as two civil rights
movement exhibits, the event was held on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 and hosted over one hundred
attendees, including many of Houston’s business and community leaders.
Attendees were presented with the opportunity to experience and view two fascinating traveling exhibitions
on display: Dolores Huerta’s “Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos”, and Danny Lyon’s
“Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement.”
About Holocaust Museum Houston
Holocaust Museum Houston serves to build a more humane society. Using lessons of the Holocaust and
remembering the six million Jews and other innocent victims and survivors, the Museum strives to teach
today’s society about the dangers of hatred, prejudice and apathy.
In June of 2019, the Museum reopened its doors to the public after successfully completing a $34 million
campaign and renovation that extended the Museum’s campus and doubled its size, ranking it the fourth
largest Holocaust Museum in the nation.
The three-story museum now consists of four permanent galleries and two traveling exhibitions, as well as
classrooms, a research library, café, indoor theater and outdoor amphitheater.
For more information about the Holocaust Museum Houston, click here.
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), now in its 4th
Edition, serves as its Editor, 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.