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Megan Daic is the Owner at Daic Law located in Houston, Texas. Her work is focused primarily on litigation, including personal injury, debt defense/settlement, and business law (including breach of contract cases).
Megan is originally from Long Beach, California, but considers herself a Texan as she grew up here. She can regularly be seen coaching the Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") team at the University of Houston Law Center, volunteering at a local event, or even at one of Houston's many dog parks with her 3 dogs.
Megan received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Houston Law Center ("UHLC"). At UHLC, Megan was the President of the Student Bar Association, Vice-Chair of Finance for the Advocates, Treasurer of the Labor & Employment Law Society, an active member of the Blakely Advocacy Institute's Mock Trial Team, a student mentor, student ambassador, and Chief Student Representative of the Honor Court. She competed in various national interscholastic mock trial competitions, in addition to several intrascholastic competitions. She was a two-time semi-finalist at the White Collar Crime competition in Washington, D.C., won an award for best brief at the South Texas Challenge, Champion of Hippard Novice hosted at UHLC, and semi-finalist in Hippard Open, and she also advanced at other competitions, including the National Trial Competition and South Texas Challenge.
She is a member of the Order of the Barristers, the American Association for Justice, Former Regional Coordinator for the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition, Former Regional Coordinator for the ABA Negotiation Competition (2018), Houston Trial Lawyers Association Board Member, Texas Trial Lawyers Association Advocates Board Member, Director of the ADR Competition Team at the University of Houston Law Center, and she is the past President of the Houston Trial Lawyers Foundation.
Megan is licensed by the State Bar of Texas and is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas and in the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Northern Districts of Texas.