- State Bar of Texas
J.D., Texas A&M University School of Law
- Concentrations in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Business Law
- Full Merit Scholarship
B.S., University of Houston
- Houston Bar Association
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
Savannah takes the time to listen to and understand the needs and concerns of each individual who seeks representation. She strongly believes that the law is an avenue that can be used to provide justice for any individual who faces harm caused by others.
Savannah will make sure you know that you are a priority at the firm and that your case will be handled with careful attention. She will always provide you with a detailed and fair evaluation of your case.
Prior to attending law school, Savannah graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a minor in Law, Values, and Policy.
This has allowed Savannah to appreciate the importance of each client’s road to recovery and the mechanics behind their injuries.
Savannah worked as a legal assistant after college, which further validated her desire to study the law in order to provide individuals with relief and comfort during some of the most trying times in their lives.
Savannah attended the Texas A&M University School of Law, where she graduated with her Juris Doctorate Degree.
While attending law school at Texas A&M, Savannah participated in the Entrepreneurship Clinic and the Family & Veterans’ Clinic, where she applied her knowledge of the law to help her clients through various situations.
Savannah also held two judicial internships, a congressional internship, and an internship at the District Attorney’s Office.
During her third year of law school, Savannah joined her school’s Advocacy team and competed in the Law Student National Representation in Mediation Competition.
Prior to joining Armstrong Lee & Baker LLP, Savannah gained experience in handling cases at various stages of litigation. This experience has allowed Savannah to provide clear assessments to clients seeking representation about what to expect moving forward and how their cases will be handled.
Savannah was born and raised in Houston, Texas. When she is not at work, Savannah enjoys spending time with her loved ones, playing volleyball, and going to the gym.