Lauren S. Harris
Lauren S. Harris graduated from Texas A&M School of Law (formerly known as Texas Wesleyan School of Law). As a member of the Law Review, Lauren developed strong research and writing skills. A recipient of the Faculty Academic Scholarship 4 out of the 6 semesters she attended law school, she was the only person in her graduating class to obtain a Family Law Certificate.
Lauren developed an early passion for family law during law school internships. Before joining Calabrese Huff, Lauren handled civil litigation matters as well family matters, honing her litigation skills by attending hearings, preparing for trials, and defending depositions. While at Calabrese Huff, Lauren continues to sharpen her litigation skillset while handling family law matters at the courthouse.
Lauren is smart and tenacious at the courthouse, yet balanced in her approach knowing when settlement better serves her clients. A University of North Texas graduate with a major in Social Work, Lauren was on the Dean’s List for four semesters in a row. Already interested in children’s advocacy, as an undergraduate, Lauren interned with Court Appointed Special Advocates of Denton County where she served as a guardian ad litem for children removed by CPS from their parents. During this internship, Lauren worked with CPS caseworkers, attorney ad litems, and court personnel to help insure the welfare of the children caught in difficult family circumstances. This internship gave Lauren excellent experience to handle child custody matters at Calabrese Huff.
Lauren is a member of the Family Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers where she continues her service to underprivileged families by representing clients on a pro bono basis through the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program. Lauren brings her dedication to families and love of the courtroom to Calabrese Huff.