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Dan-Phi is a former Assistant County Attorney with over 8 years experience in the area of Family and Child Welfare Law as a CPS Prosecutor for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Skilled in Motion Practice, Legal Writing, Discovery, Oral Advocacy, and First Chair Jury Trial Experience. He earned his post-graduate (JD) degree from Thurgood Marshall School of Law (Texas Southern University) in 2010 and has been licensed to practice in the State of Texas since 2011. After departing from the County Attorney's office, he briefly worked under two reputable family law firms for a brief period of time, and learned a great deal of family law outside of the CPS realm, only to later realize that he was no longer built to work under anyone as an associate and decided to start his own law practice with the primary focus on family law and CPS defense.
Dan-Phi V. Nguyen is a native Houstonian who was born and raised in Sharpstown and Sugar Land, Texas in his younger years. He graduated from Houston Baptist University in February 2004 with a Bachelor degree in Business Administration and Finance. After working a few years in commercial property management and real estate, he decided to pursue a legal career and attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law. During his tenure there, he took every opportunity to participate in trial simulation events, mock trials, and moot court competitions. Dan-Phi fell in love with the courtroom since his internship with the Harris County Attorney’s Office (Child Protective Division) and developed many meaningful relationships with his mentors where he was offered the job as an Assistant County Attorney two weeks after his admission with the Texas State Bar. He has experience in CPS and family law litigation in both the family courts and juvenile courts of Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, and Galveston in the counties. He was very active with TMSL Board of Advocates and has been invited every year to act as presiding judge over the mock trial competitions for TMSL’s rising lawyers in training.