Alissa A. Adkins
Overview And Experience
Experience Makes the Difference
Ms. Adkins graduated in three years from the Plan II Honors Program at the University of Texas in 1988. A fourth-generation graduate, she earned her J.D. at the University of Texas in 1991. She began her legal career in Austin with a small firm that handled personal injury cases in state court as well as complex civil litigation and criminal matters in federal court. She also represented women in various breast implant settlements including the MDL 926 and the Dow Corning and McGhan bankruptcies.
After moving to Corpus Christi, she served as the Chief of Litigation for Nueces County for over nine years, representing the county in civil matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts in various types of cases, most prominently employment and civil rights. She was later appointed by the Nueces County Commissioners Court to fulfill the unexpired term of County Court at Law No. 4 James Klager. Thereafter, she represented the City of Corpus Christi and other governmental entities while at McKibben, Martinez, Jarvis & Wood, PLLC, and served as a senior attorney for the City before joining Mr. McDonald in private practice.
J.D., The University of Texas Austin, Texas
B.A., Plan II Honors Program, The University of Texas Austin, Texas