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Kendall is a passionate litigator who thrives on problem-solving and crafting compelling legal arguments.

Her interest in the law was sparked during an undergraduate internship with a judge, where she was inspired by the knowledge of the legal interns and law clerks. These interactions, combined with her love for writing and problem-solving, led Kendall to pursue a career in law.

The summer before law school, Kendall interned with a spa portfolio company, where she gained valuable insights into the day-to-day operations of a management team. This experience helped her understand how her legal skills could best assist a company and how to communicate effectively with non-lawyers.

As a law student, Kendall was drawn to the commercial litigation practice area. She enjoyed the challenge of taking on new problems and projects and the opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients, and she discovered how much she loved oral argument during moot court competitions. Kendall also spent a summer at Husch Blackwell, where her work in commercial litigation, particularly on specific legal questions and distinctions in state laws, confirmed her desire to be a litigator.

Now a fully qualified attorney, Kendall focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, bringing her detail-oriented approach and dedication to understanding clients’ needs to every case. She is known for her hard work, efficiency, and reliability. Kendall is committed to providing the best possible resolution for clients and is known for her calming presence in stressful situations.



  • J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin


  • Texas
Outside the Office

Kendall loves visiting national parks, especially when there’s hiking involved. One of her favorite family vacations was a spring break spent traveling around Arizona to various national parks, and she adores summers in Taos, New Mexico. A history major, Kendall also enjoys trips to museums and historical sites and hopes to travel more in the future.

When she’s at home, Kendall likes to cook, especially for big family meals with her three sisters. She also enjoys reading, going on walks with her family dogs, and spending time with her cat, Ernestine. Ernestine is a Hemingway Cat, which means she has extra toes on both her front and back feet.

Community Leadership

Kendall volunteers with Brother Bill’s Helping Hand, a West Dallas community organization that offers a food pantry and other services. Her family has volunteered with the group for years, and she has been involved since middle school. She currently helps with the annual holiday program.