Claudia Brice understands how profoundly family law cases can affect her clients and their families as well as the disparities that can occur when a party is not well represented or not represented at all. When working with clients, Claudia’s primary objective is to listen to and understand then tailor her legal representation to attain the best possible outcome on the most critical issues.
Claudia grew up in Houston and attended Baylor University, majoring in Economics and minoring in Political Science. She attended Fordham University School of Law and served as an associate editor for the Fordham Urban Law Journal. While in law school, Ms. Brice served as a clerk for Judge John W. Bissell, a United States District Judge for the District of New Jersey. She also worked for the State of New Jersey Division of Law in Tort Litigation. Her work for the public interest earned her the Fordham University Public Interest Award.
Ms. Brice has lived in Dallas since 2009. Before returning to Texas, Ms. Brice spent several years living as an ex-pat in London, Madrid, and Hong Kong. As wonderful as these cities are, her heart was always in Texas, and she was happy to return to the Lone Star State. Ms. Brice enjoys international travel and meeting people from other countries. She grew up in a Spanish-speaking household and is a fluent Spanish speaker.
- State of Texas,
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
- State Bar of Texas, 1995-Present
- State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
- Texas Bar College
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Bar Association Family Law Section
- Dallas Bar Association Entrepreneurs in Community